How to display files changes by revision

Asked by Dominique Vial on 2009-02-28

Is there a way to show files changes by revision ?

A kind of :

rev 234
 modified : foo1.txt
 modified : foo2.txt
 added : foo3.txt

rev 233
 modified : foo1.txt

rev 233
 added : foo1.txt

... and so on.

I made my own unix command to approach these feature : bzr diff -r | grep ^===
But this is only a part of the feature I want !


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Best Vincent Ladeuil (vila) said : #1

bzr status -v
bzr log -v

You can restrict the ouput by using the -r or -c argument (see bzr help revisionspec, bzr help status, bzr help log).

Dominique Vial (doms) said : #2

Oh !
Thanks !

Your answer solves 99% of my "how to" !

James Westby (james-w) said : #3

On Sat, 2009-02-28 at 11:59 +0000, Dominique Vial wrote:
> New question #62610 on Bazaar:
> Is there a way to show files changes by revision ?

Does "bzr log -v" do what you want?



Dominique Vial (doms) said : #4

You're right :
"bzr log -v" do what I want !

Please accept my apologizes for asking for something I did not find on the documentation.
I spend time searching this feature : I was sure I've already seen it on the plugin page. And funny at all it's a core one !

Thank you for your quick and effective answer !