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Re: WG: svn diff --xml

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2005-06-21 01:36:26 CEST

"Stefan Huth" <S.Huth@coryx.de> writes:

> I thought about something like the svn log --xml command, where I become
> the result as a xml-file.
> Maybe something like that:
> <index name="d:/programming/java/HelloWorld/src/HelloWorld.java">
> <url1 revision=1500>./branches/v1.0/src/HelloWorld.java</url1>
> <url2 revision=1500>./branches/v1.1/src/HelloWorld.java </url2>
> <string><!--string replaced-->
> <url1 linenumber=10>System.out.println();</old>

I have no idea whether this is a sensible DTD, but it does have one
obvious problem: the file contents might not be in the same encoding
as the XML. That's why 'svn blame --xml' only outputs line numbers
and not the line data.

Philip Martin
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Received on Tue Jun 21 01:37:14 2005

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