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Re: How to find out if file inside a directory was modified

From: Richard Schneidt <webmaster_at_desipro.de>
Date: 2007-01-24 09:32:55 CET

Hans-Werner Dietz schrieb:
>> 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.
> You can use Subwcrev.exe in combination with a script.
> Subwcrev comes with TSVN. If you use placeholders like $WCMODS?1:0$
> and $WCMIXED?1:0$ you can figure out if you have a clean working copy
> or not (can be mixed and/or modified).
Great just tried it, that is exactly what I needed.

Thanks a lot, this is going to make it easy for me.

Regards, Richard

P.S. By the way I'm the new project owner of
http://svnservice.tigris.org/, most of you guys probably have never used
this tool, but in case you have been using the old version you are
invited to test the rewritten svnservice, it now has a convinient msi
installer plus a simple configtool + some other improvements.

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