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Re: efficient "svn log" usage?

From: Michael W Thelen <thelenm_at_cs.utah.edu>
Date: 2004-07-06 20:44:53 CEST

* Robert Kleemann <robert@kleemann.org> [2004-07-06 12:21]:
> > You could use the "last-commit-date" from the status command:
> > svn st -v
> > on your working copy.
>
> I don't understand this. When I run the above command I don't get any
> dates at all.
>
> e.g.
>
> $ svn st -v ClientAnimator.java
> 60 18 robert ClientAnimator.java
> $ svn st -v ClientAnimator.java Animator.java
> 60 18 robert ClientAnimator.java
> 60 18 robert Animator.java
> $ svn st -v -u ClientAnimator.java Animator.java
> 60 18 robert ClientAnimator.java
> Status against revision: 67
> 60 18 robert Animator.java
> Status against revision: 67

I think he may have been referring to the second number in the output,
which gives the last revision in which the item changed (not the date).

-- Mike

-- 
Michael W. Thelen
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                -- Japanese proverb

Received on Tue Jul 6 21:42:43 2004

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