bzr command to find path to file at given revision?
checker at d6.com
Fri Jul 10 07:01:50 UTC 2020
Yikes, that seems like a very slow hammer to use, but I can check it
Any other ideas?
------ Original Message ------
From: "James Henstridge" <james at jamesh.id.au>
To: "Chris Hecker" <checker at d6.com>
Cc: "Bazaar List" <bazaar at lists.ubuntu.com>
Sent: 2020-07-09 23:17:36
Subject: Re: bzr command to find path to file at given revision?
>On Fri, 10 Jul 2020 at 08:43, Chris Hecker <checker at d6.com> wrote:
>> Hi, I have a file, say b/foo.c that used to be at a/bar.c...there there an easy way given b/foo.c and a revno to find out the path to the file at that revno? In other words, if the rename/move happened at r5, and I want to look at r3 of b/foo.c, how do I find out that's actually r3 of a/bar.c?
>Maybe not the quickest, but you can get a listing of all files and
>their IDs with:
> bzr ls -R --show-ids
>This command takes the "-r" argument to inspect other revisions, so
>you use this to go current filename -> file ID -> old filename.
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