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Re: Version numbers in the sources

From: Nuutti Kotivuori <naked_at_iki.fi>
Date: 2002-12-17 21:42:16 CET

Peter Gervai wrote:
> I installed 'subversion' debian package (a binary distribution),
> which contains the file 'commit-access-control.pl'. It have no .svn/
> so no revision history. (naturally, since binary distros don't
> include "fluff".) I edited the file (some weeks ago), and now I
> wanted to check whether there's a newer version in trunk or
> not.

I understand that you are asking for something a bit more general -
but for what it's worth:

The debian package has a version, be it 0.15 or 0.16. You can see from
the CHANGES file that which revision is this - for 0.15 it's 3687, for
0.16 it's 3987.

So, then you know what revision your commit-access-control.pl is (the
one you started out with). And then it's a trivial job of doing:

  svn diff -r 3987:HEAD http://svn.collab.net/repos/trunk/tools/hook-scripts/commit-access-control.pl

to find out the differences. Same for log messages ofcourse.

-- Naked

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Received on Tue Dec 17 21:43:01 2002

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