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I often use latexdiff-vc -r <rev> but I always wondered if <rev> is inclusive or exclusive.

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  • Not really sure what you are asking. It will compare revision <rev> with the current file. I would say that it is inclusive but not sure if your definition matches mine
    – frederik
    May 11, 2017 at 10:28
  • I guess what I'm asking is whether the changes in <rev> (say from `git show <rev>) would be included in the output pdf diff. Is that any clearer? May 11, 2017 at 13:49

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Essentially it compares the same files as git diff <rev> would (i.e. <rev> can be a commit, a branch name, a named tag or HEAD, comparison is always with the file in working directory). I think this means it's inclusive (i.e. the changes committed will already been taken into account) - it will not show the changes committed in this commit.

If you want to show the changes applied in the commit the following ought to work: latexdiff-git -r<commit>^ -r<commit>

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