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How to have a version file in the wc?

From: <pmarek_at_users.sourceforge.net>
Date: 2003-07-08 09:45:58 CEST

Hello everybody!

I seem to have a temporary (I hope :-) mental block - I just can't think about
which way to go to have a file in my wc, which has it's keywords updated with
every "svn up".

Let's rephrase that.
I have a lot of files in my wc, and instead of marking every file I'd like to
have only one file describing my wc (revision-number-wise).
Now I know that that could make troubles if parts are at another revision than
others - but even in the simple case I'm having trouble.

I created a file with contents "$Rev$", set svn:keywords, committed.
-> it gets "$Rev: 0 $".
rm this file, "svn up" to re-get - now it's ok.

On commits in other parts of my wc it doesn't change - ok.
But if I do a "svn up" at the root of my wc - (which includes the marked file,
of course) - the file doesn't get updated!

What am I doing wrong??

Possibly I should have a post-commit-script?? But that works on the repository
and not on my wc.

Help, please???

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