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Re: Creating a changelog questions

From: Adam Gibson <agibson_at_ptm.com>
Date: 2004-02-02 15:54:05 CET

On Fri, 2004-01-30 at 17:15, Adam Gibson wrote:
> 1. Is there a way for copies(tags, etc) to show up using svn log on the
> trunk? I would like to show where tags where created in the changelog
> that is generated to give others an idea of where new versions were
> released.

I found the solution for this. To create a Changelog:

svn log -v http://repos/svn/project tags trunk > Changelog

That will show all the history of the trunk and the tag copies without
the branches directory. This is with a simple layout where branches,
tags, trunk are in the same directory. Hope this is helpful to someone
else that does not know how(the solution is probably obvious to most and
that is why I did not get a reply?).

> 2. Is there an easier way to create a mini changelog that just shows the
> changelog history between two different tags?
> Currently I do this:
> # svn log -v http://repos/svn/project/tags/project-1.0.2|more
> find the last revision from that output (r31 for example)
> # svn log -v http://svn/repos/project/tags/project-1.0.4|more
> find the last revision form that output (r43 for example)
> and finally...
> # svn log -v -r 31:43 http://svn/repos/project/tags/project-1.0.4 > \
> Changelog

I still do not know a better way to do this yet. Anyone else know of a better solution?


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