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Re: How to checkout all files of a project between period!!!

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-15 13:30:33 CEST

On 8/15/07, KiÍn <nguyendinhkien@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I have a project in SVN server, all I want is to checkout all files in that
> project that was edited in period of two time and setup it in a batch file
> to run automatically. Could you help me the parameter of checkout command
> (in Windows) to do that. I am using TortoiseSVN for user to checkout and
> update project. Thank you very much!

Please don't use a reply with changed subject to start your own thread.

If you're working within a batch file, TSVN is not the right tool for
you. You should be using the command-line client. You can get a
listing of all files that changed between 2 revisions using svn diff
--summarize -r firstrev:lastrev then parse that output to determine
what to check out.

BUT, you can't check out individual files, you can only check out
directories. You can export individual files.

What is it that you need to achieve with this? If you tell us what
your end result needs to be, we may be able to suggest a better/easier
method than what you're attempting.

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Received on Wed Aug 15 13:28:21 2007

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