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Re: Half solution: How to get the list of files I modified in the last 3 weeks?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-07-27 17:23:57 CEST

On Jul 27, 2005, at 6:41 AM, Walter Nicholls wrote:

> Tardif, Sebastien wrote:
>> svn log -qvr {2005-07-01}:HEAD . | grep /trunk |sort|uniq -s 4
>> (tested with cygwin on windows)
>> Will do most of the job except filtering out the other user than
>> me. Doing that seems the most complicate. So come the request to a
>> new feature:
>> Can we add to [svn log] command a parameter specifying which user
>> or set of user we want information about?
>> The most powerful mechanism would be to enable regular expression
>> on user name.
> With Subversion 1.2 client, yes, get the log output in XML and feed
> it through an XSLT processor
> something like this...
> svn log --xml -vr {2005-07-01}:HEAD | xml tr c:\temp\filterlog.xsl
> | sort | uniq

By the way, there's a patch being worked on which implements 'svn
diff --summarize', so that it only shows status codes. Hopefully it
will satisfy this demand once and for all.

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