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Re: Using svn client to get information about repository

From: Chrysophylax <chrysophylax_at_chrysophylax.cjb.net>
Date: 2003-05-03 17:34:46 CEST

> You just want the last revision and log message? I'd use 'svn ls -v',
> and then 'svn pget -r REV --revprop svn:log' for each of the revisions
> that 'svn ls -v' revealed that I need.

I guess I would also like to have time and author... Is there any
planned feature to get multiple properties in one go?

> Most recent revision ... of the whole repository?
> $ svn st -u
> [ignore some possible lines of local mods here]
> Head revision: 5790

Actually it seems that doing "svn ls -v" (from your first answer) on the
root of the repository, and looking for the highest rev number in the
list would do the trick too.

Out of curiosity, how does ViewCVS get data?

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