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Get the highest revision number of a directory

From: Marc MENDEZ <mme.web100t_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 28 May 2015 23:28:25 -0700 (PDT)

Hi,

My request is a bit special... Let me explain what I'm looking for.
I'm working under Windows.

On my local disk, I need to find the highest revision number assigned to a file inside a directory, whatever the current highest revision number used par SVN.

I thought svnversion could help me, but it seems not to give me the expected result.
For instance, my current revision number is 100.
In a subdirectory "mydir", the highest revision number assigned to files is 60. If I run :
svnversion
I get 100 (right !)
If I run
svnversion mydir
I get 100 too (wrong :()

Thanks for your help

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