How to take diff of #project in Git/SVN

If you want to take diff of the whole project then these commands can be useful :

For SVN user :
svn diff -r20131:22829

20131 : Revision to start from
22829 : Revision to end from : Link to the SVN .

For Git User :
git log ‘HEAD@{24-05-2011}’..’HEAD@{22-08-2011}’ -p > openmrs-gsoc2011-gauravpaliwal.diff
24-05-2011 : Start Date
22-08-2011 : End Date
openmrs-gsoc2011-gauravpaliwal.diff : File to redirect the output

Content of FDBK readme file

I decided to have the following content for the readme file of the FDBK module : Link :

Code :

FDBK svn to GitHub

So, atlast as an experiment I have migrated the current codebase[0] of the General Feedback Module to the GitHub[1] just for the purpose of playing around with git.At the same time I am also trying my hand on the this[2] consulting this [3].

[0] :
[1] :
[2] :
[3] :

Proof attached 😀

———- Forwarded message ———-
From: GitHub <>
Date: Sun, Jul 10, 2011 at 11:34 AM
Subject: [GitHub] Your import has completed
Hi gauravpaliwal,

This email is to let you know that your import for General-Feedback-Module-OpenMRS has completed.

The repository is located at:

The GitHub Team