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Re: Expanding from source revision to copied revision(s)

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-19 21:04:31 CEST

Tim <jpyobjc2004@yahoo.ca> writes:
> Is is correct to say that there is no way to expand from a source
> revision to see what copies of that revision were made?
> If correct, is there any indexing systems built yet or in the works to
> enable capture and maintain this data?
> It would be great to be able to see what copies were made of a
> revision, when and where. A kind of SVNGraph enabler.

There is no direct interface for this. We know that it "can be done"
using the output of 'svn log -v', or the equivalent information from
the bindings, and I think someone posted a script using the latter
strategy, but I don't have the details at hand. (Anyone?)

If you write such a script, especially wrapping 'svn log -v', please
post it here. Eventually, we'd like to include such a tool in
contrib/. I would have done that with the last post, but I didn't
have the requisite bindings support and couldn't test it.

> BTW - Kudos to all on this project. It would not have been possible to
> actually enjoy doing software configuration management without
> Subversion :]


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