There's no good way to skip intermediate revisions when posting a change.
Probably your best bet is to use rbtools to post the range, but use the -I
or -X flags to specifically include or exclude whole files.
On Mon, May 9, 2016 at 10:24 AM Aaron Lager <aaron.la...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Is there a way to skip or exclude one or more revisions when generating
> the diffs? Or some other way to remove unwanted diffs within a range?
> The use case I'm in is I was working on a new feature branch, while the
> rest of the team was working on trunk. Once a day I would sync to trunk
> and resolve conflicts. Sync with trunk pulls in all the changes that the
> rest of the team did, including new files, and changes to the same files I
> was working on.
> Now we want to do a post-commit review of the branch. The problem is,
> it's like reviewing all the changes that everyone made.
> In tortiseSVN log view, I can select the range of revisions I want to view
> the diffs, and then de-select the revisions where I synced to trunk, thus
> showing only files and edits that I made.
> Thanks for any ideas!
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