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Re: Most recent log message?

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2004-07-14 18:46:35 CEST

Campbell, Matthew A wrote:

> I strongly suspect I'm being stupid, dense, or both - but I cannot figure
> this out. I've gone through the online version of the book and not found
> and answer. I suspect that this is a (v)FAQ, but searching the archive at
> http://www.contactor.se/~dast/svn/ didn't help (I had difficulty
> constructing a useful search query).
> Is there a way using command-line SVN to retrieve *only* the most recent log
> info for a given URL? (I'm pretty sure that for a working copy, 'svn log -q
> -rBASE' would work, however the approach I need should be able to handle
> either case.) 'svn log -q -rHEAD URL' only works if you have the happy
> coincidence where the URL was actually the subject of the last checkin.
> I've tried being clever with using dates as revisons (specifying future
> dates) but there seem to be some circumstances where this works, and others
> where it does not.
> Right now I am accomplishing the same end result using pipelines to filter
> out a total log dump (which could be potentially very large on a *very* busy
> project), but it seems to me this kind of situation would be fairly common,
> and supported by a revision keyword - since HEAD doesn't work, perhaps
> something like "youngest"...
> This is the "solution" I'm currently using to get by...
> svn log -q ${URL} | grep -v ^- | head -1

There currently is no way to do this, although I've got some
work-in-progress patches to implement support for a --limit argument
that will allow you to limit the number of log entries printed (svn log
-l 5 $URL would print the last 5 log entries). Hopefully I'll get a
chance to finish them up soon.


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