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Re: subwcrev for UNIX

From: Mark <daems.mark_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 25 Nov 2010 23:15:50 -0800 (PST)


The people from the fpc/lazarus project (a free pascal IDE) have
written and use themselves a tool called svn2revisioninc.
As the free pascal compiler and lazarus are both available for windows
and linux (and both in 32 and 64 bit versions) I think this small
utility might be exactly what you're looking for.
It just looks at a svn working copy, gets the revision number and
outputs that info on stdout or into a (pascal) inc-file.

Here's the help information the small program outputs:
START OF OUTPUT ------------------------------
D:\lazarus\tools>svn2revisioninc.exe --help
svn2revisioninc <repository path> <output file> [Options]
svn2revisioninc [Options] <repository path> <output file>
svn2revisioninc <repository path> [Options] <output file>

 --o Output file
 --c=<name> Name of constant (default RevisionStr)
 --s write revision to stdout, do not create inc file
 --v Be more verbose
 --h This help screen

Note: <repository path> default current directory
      <output file> default revision.inc
      --o overrides <output file>

      1st switchless parameter = <repository path>
      2nd switchless parameter = <output file>
END OF OUTPUT ------------------------------


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