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Re: Determining locally modified files

From: Barry Scott <barry_at_barrys-emacs.org>
Date: 2004-02-03 21:46:10 CET

Answer 1) Use svn export of a tag to do your build avoiding the need to check
for edits.

Answer 2) Use svn status to find any changes in the working copy vs. the BASE.


At 03-02-2004 05:31, Thamm, Russell wrote:
>I have a program that I use for packaging applications (binaries) and
>checking them
>into a repository (not subversion). I want to record the revision of my
>source files that correspond
>to the binaries in the package. I do use Subversion for my source files.
>My program needs to ensure that the source files in the Local Working Copy
>are not locally modified
>and are all at the same revision. If this is so, that revision will be
>recorded in the package, otherwise
>the operation will fail.
>I am not using the subversion libraries in my program.
>My basic question is:
>What is the recommended way to determine if a source file is locally
>modified? There seems to be several
>ways to do this (eg checksum, modification date, file compare etc).
>Russell Thamm
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