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hey, question

From: Horatiu Muresan <horatiu.muresan_at_cfsint.ro>
Date: Sun, 11 May 2008 01:26:35 +0300

Hey guys, i want to ask how can i 'extract' from a SVN repository a
specific revision and newer?
For example .. i have a huge project on svn, and i want to copy to a
different location (localy, on the harddrive) all the things that were
modified in a certain revision or all the things that have been modified
since a certain revision. It's like ... applying a patch, just that ..
is in reverse ... If i have revision 3000 and on repository there's
revision 3005, how could i 'copy' in a different location, export in
some way, the differences between my files and the one from repository ?
To keep my files at revision 3000 and to have the differences from 3000
to 3005 in a different location. Or to simply copy from my files the
differences. (same example, i update my files to revision 3007, and
somehow to be able to separate in a different location all the files
that were modified in the revisions that followed rev. 3000, or the
modified files between two specific revisions). And differences not as
.diff file, but copies of the modified files in the project.

This project where i need this is .. prety big, so .. doing it by hand
would take considerable time.

I hope you understood what i need, if not, please feel free to ask me
for further details.

Thanks in advance for your help.

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Received on 2008-05-11 08:15:57 CEST

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