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How to find out if file inside a directory was modified

From: Richard Schneidt <webmaster_at_desipro.de>
Date: 2007-01-23 21:40:04 CET

Hi Folks,

I'm working on a special tool that tells the user in certain situations
that he needs to checkin files.

Reading the tortoise documentation I didn't find a command to ask
tortoise if a file has been modified and not checked in.
I saw that in each of the subdirs, there is a .svn dir which contains
the file "entries", inside filenames+timestamps.
I guess this is what tortoise shell extension uses to find out if there
is a modification.

Now my question: is there an easy way to find out if a file inside a
checked out project was modified?
If not, which part of the tortoise code parses this file to determine if
it should display the modified icon for a file or dir?
My requirement is that I only need to know if some file was modified, I
don't even have to know which one was modified.

Thanks in advance Richard


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