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Does anyone know any simple software (preferably without installation) that allows to download changesets of specified revisions and save them as "changesetX.diff/.patch"? For some reason Windows console allows very limited amount of lines, I can only get up to 298 lines in there, that's only a few files at best.
I'm talking about "svn diff repo@this repo@that".

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  1. You can change the size of the console buffer. Right click > Properties > Layout > Screen Buffer Size
  2. You can redirect the output of svn diff to a file, no need to copy paste. svn diff foo bar > foo-to-bar.diff
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The buffer size is 50, and number is 4, but the numbers kind of don't match... Guess I'll try to output to file, thanks :) – jurchiks Jan 12 '11 at 10:39
Took me an hour but in the end I made a handy batch file with proper input to do this :) I suppose the question can be closed then. – jurchiks Jan 12 '11 at 11:58
To close the question, just "Accept" my answer :) – Xr. Jan 12 '11 at 13:06

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