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RE: Head revision number auto update in code files

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Wed, 14 Aug 2013 15:20:39 +0000

> I want to implement the head revision number in my C project at the file
> version.h.
> Unfortunately there is only the codeword $Revision$ to set the last revision
> where the file version.h was changed:
> #define VERSION      " FW.Vers. 0.0 $Revision: 146 $\n"
> Is it possible to implement the Keyword $Head$ to always (every commit)
> update the string to the head revision number?
> e.G.:
> #define VERSION      " FW.Vers. 0.0 $Head: 153 $\n"
> The problem was detected e.G. here:
> http://hobiger.org/blog/2013/04/18/svn-revision-number-in-c-code-an-
> impossible-task/
> See SVN Manual (V1.8): svn:keywords
> Best regards

I'm pretty sure keyword expansion is done on checkout/update not on commit. So, no, I doubt this would be possible. Generally you should have your build scripts set the version in your header file to match the HEAD revision.



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