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Re: Beginnings of python script for annotate

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-08-13 22:18:31 CEST

Branko Čibej <brane@xbc.nu> writes:
> >You know what I'm thinking? This might be best solved with C program
> >that uses Sander's internal diff library...
> No, it would be best solved by a Python script that uses the SVN
> bindings to drive Sander's diff library from libsvn_delta. :-)

Ooooh! Yeah, that'd be ideal.

Daniel, how much time do you have to put into this? You seem to have
started down this path a bit already, that's why I ask. (Btw, note
that you don't need to query each revision -- you can get just the
revisions in which a given file has changed; on the repository side by
using svn_fs_revisions_changed(), on the client side by "svn log file"
or the binding equivalent).

We still need to know how this kind of solution works on a file that
has 100s of revisions, though. Daniel's earlier test was on a file
with appx 8 changes.

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