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Hunting for the revision number of a file

From: Christian Treczoks <ct_at_braehler.com>
Date: Tue, 5 May 2009 11:33:44 +0200

Dear mailing list members,

I am currently working on an embedded application. The building process
involves the usual compiling and linking step producing the flash-file,
and a final "packaging" step that takes the flash file and adds some
device specific parameters for "delivery". One of the parameters I need is
the subversion revision number of the flash file. I can get this with "svn
info [filename]" from the command line (I need the "last changed rev"
value), but the packaging software should not call an external executable
(Lotus Notes. Nuff said).

What can I do to get this revision number? Can I call a function in one of
the svn or tortoise dlls? Is it safe to parse the .svn/entries file for
the information I need?


i.A. Christian Treczoks
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