Re: Determining file(s) modified in a changeset
From: David Weintraub <qazwart_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2010 18:59:22 -0400
On Thu, Apr 15, 2010 at 3:42 PM, David Bartmess <dingodave_at_edingo.net>
> I need to modify a script that was used with CVS that basically got a list
When Subversion tags a release, it does a link to the repository revision
However, despite the fact that tagging is quick and painless, many sites
We tag every build, so I put build tags into the tags/DEV directory and put
You can find out all the files changed between two tags via:
I just tested it to make sure.
If you want to see the commit messages between two releases, you'll need to
$ svn log --stop-on-copy -v http://path/to/proj/tags/REV-1.0
From here, you can see that the tag REL-1.0 was from the trunk, repository
Once you get the revision numbers of both tags, you can do a log between the
$ svn log -r61029:63392 http://path/to/proj/trunk
And, see what the commit messages were.
It's not 100% straight forward, but we used CVS and switched to Subversion
-- David Weintraub qazwart_at_gmail.comReceived on 2010-04-16 00:59:48 CEST
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