SVN::Web::Diff - SVN::Web action to show differences between file revisions
actions: ... diff: class: SVN::Web::Diff ...
Returns the difference between two revisions of the same file.
The following configuration options may be specified in config.yaml.
If showing the diff (see
show_diff), this determines the maximum size of the diff that will be shown. If the size of the generated diff (in bytes) is larger than this figure then it is not shown.
Defaults to 200,000 bytes.
The first revision of the file to compare.
The second revision of the file to compare.
A list of two or more revisions. If present, the smallest number in the list is assigned to
rev1 (overriding any given
rev1 value) and the largest number in the list is assigned to
rev2 (overriding any given
In other words:
is equal to:
This supports the "diff between arbitrary revisions" functionality.
The desired output format. The default is
html for a diff marked up in HTML. The other allowed value is
text, for a plain text unified diff.
Boolean, indicating whether or not we're currently diffing against the youngest revision of this file.
The first revision of the file to compare. Corresponds with the
rev1 parameter, either set explicitly, or extracted from
The second revision of the file to compare. Corresponds with the
rev2 parameter, either set explicitly, or extracted from
An SVN::Web::DiffParser object that contains the text of the diff. Call the object's methods to format the diff.
The size of the generated diff (before parsing).
The configured maximum diff size.
The given path has different node types at the different revisions. This probably means a file was added, deleted, and then re-added as a directory at a later date (or vice-versa).
The user has tried to diff two directories. This is not currently supported.
The given path is not present in the repository at the given revision.
No revisions were given to diff against.
Either only one revision number was given, or several were given, but they're the same number.
Copyright 2003-2004 by Chia-liang Kao
Copyright 2005-2007 by Nik Clayton
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.