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Thread: [suggestion] retrieve revision from source line

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    [suggestion] retrieve revision from source line

    Hi,

    It's easy to find modification between a revision and last one. You can say "oh, I changed this to do this thing, at these lines".
    But sometimes, it could be useful to say "oh, I don't remember why I put this line in my code and comment is not enough" and so I would like to ask svn tool (like tortoise, as it is the forum title), find revision where I modified this line of code.
    Is it possible yet?
    If yes, how?
    If not, it is a possible evolution? How to notice the good community?

    Thanks
    M.

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    Right-click the file.
    TortoiseSVN -> Blame
    I am neither an employee nor customer of WANDisco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyl View Post
    Right-click the file.
    TortoiseSVN -> Blame
    Heh, no one uses svn praise
    Mat Booth
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbooth View Post
    Heh, no one uses svn praise
    Is there a way to change the TSVN menu item to read "Praise"?

    Wasn't the alias added in the CLI client because someone's manager wouldn't allow them to use SVN (or maybe that feature) due to the negative connotation of the word "blame"? ISTR reading that story somewhere.
    I am neither an employee nor customer of WANDisco.

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