RE: Determining file(s) modified in a changeset
> I need to modify a script that was used with CVS that basically got a
> list of the files that changed with a specific tag, and acted upon them.
> Now we're moving to Subversion, and I need a way to get a list of files
> that changed with a tag or revision.
> Should I just force the developers into using the revision instead of
> the tag? The tag contains every file in that module, so it doesn't help
> in this matter.
> And is there a way to get a list of files that changed with a changeset
> (revision) without having to heavily parse the log output?
> I need to list the files that changed in a file to be consumed by
> another process, and the file contents need to be just the filename one
> on each line. Is there an easy way to do this?
We use cruise control .net and a build runs every time there is a change in svn. The build report shows all the files that were changed and includes the change log message. So, I'm sure there is a way.
Received on 2010-04-15 22:16:08 CEST
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