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

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-17 22:30:27 CEST

Volker Voßkämper <volker.vosskaemper@cenote.de> writes:

> 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.

Try 'svn merge --dry-run -r17:HEAD'. That will give you a list of
files that changed.

(So will looking at the output 'svn log -v -r17:HEAD')

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