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Re: Subversion and "Configuration Management"

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-02 14:32:13 CEST

andy.glew@amd.com writes:
> If you have the ability to find all branchs/versions
> corresponding to a file/object/subtree/whatever,
> * easy to do in VVS via cvs log | cvs2cl.pl
> * hard to do in Subversion, but conceptually
> an svn log -v in the root,
> piped through a script that does a transitively
> closure tracing all versions /branches of a file
> then deleting the branches after they are "closed"
> is fine - you find all task-branches, and then
> run your promotion tracking script.

Do you have such a script, by the way?

I was toying with the idea of writing one; I think Mike Pilato may
either have already started one, or at least already designed one.
But anyway, I don't know of a finished product anywhere... if you've
got one, might be worth posting.


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