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Querying revision properties

From: Andrew Kappen <akappen_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-07-22 00:00:10 CEST

I have a repository with a revision property called 'rs:version' stamped on a small subset of all
revisions. I am looking for a quick way to find all revisions for which this property exists and
print them out along with the property value. I have a script that will do this, but it is very
inefficient due to many server hits (the script follows). Anybody have a better way to query this
type of revision property?

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# This script is brittle and requires the local copy to be fully up
# to date with no local modifications. If you see errors like:
# 119M: integer expression expected
# or
# 118:119: integer expression expected
# then your local copy is not in sync with the repository.

UPPER_LIMIT=`svnversion .`

while [ "$i" -le $UPPER_LIMIT ]
  rev=`svn --revprop -r $i propget rs:version`
  if [ -n "$rev" ]
      echo $rev $i
  let "i+=1"

exit 0
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