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How to get a batchcopy of files changed between two revisions (on windows)

From: Volker Voßkämper <volker.vosskaemper_at_cenote.de>
Date: 2003-06-17 22:24:36 CEST

I often need only the files that are changed between two revisions.


D:\Source\test>svn st -vu
               20 20 test .
               20 17 vosskaem File-A
               20 16 vosskaem File-B
               20 10 vosskaem File-C
               20 20 test File-D
Head revision: 20

Now I want all files changed from revision 17 up to now (File-A, File-D).
(because rev 16 was the last update I send out)

I need a batch or ant job for Windows XP that make a copy of this files in
a temp directory including the original path.

Hope there's a smart solution out there ;-)



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