Is there a way to check what revisions were merged?

CKeen
CKeen
In our dev branch we are constantly committing which inherently increases the revision number (obviously).    After we are satisfied with many of our bug fixes we then merge our changes into QA. For example we might merge revisions 5119, 5120, 5121 & 5122 into QA. This merge in QA would then be 5123.    Is there a way/tool that allows us to determine the specific revisions of DEV that were merged into QA 5123? It appears we missed merging a revision, but we don't know which one.    We don't use command line (we are SVN noobs) we use Tortoise.    Thanks for your help.

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orbrey
orbrey
Hi there,  It's recorded in the svn:mergeinfo property, there's details on how to view that information using tsvn here: http://tortoisesvn.net/docs/release/TortoiseSVN_en/tsvn-dug-merge.html#tsvn-dug-merge-tracking  Hope that helps.

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