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Re: [PATCH] FAQ: getting the working copy revision into the source

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2004-05-07 20:51:10 CEST

Scott Lawrence wrote:

> Appended below is a FAQ for the question "How do I get the revision
> number into my source?"

As well as what Sussman said, it might be nice to give several ways to get the
revision number, for example, this one:


(which could definitely be adapted to be part of a Makefile invocation), as well
as the recent discussion on the SVNWCRev.exe utility from the TSVN list. Not
everyone can use Makefile's (or is running a UNIX^H^H^Hnix derivative ;)...

You should probably add something like I had in the above message about 'svn up'
and mixed revision WC's, since that will bite some people more than others.


John Peacock
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