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Re: svnlook youngest equivalent on webdav repositories

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-12-17 01:51:41 CET

> I am currently using subversion and ant for building an application.
> I am looking for a way to get the revision number from the repository in
> the same method that "svn youngest /path/to/repo" does, but from the web
> dav repository and not from a local repo

So it sounds like you want to "stamp" the revision number into the build
somewhere? If so, then wouldn't you want the revision of your WC, and if
so, then the svnversion program exists for this purpose.

If you are on Windows, the TortoiseSVN project, also provides a very nice
utility called SubWCRev.exe that will replace a variable in a file with the
current revision. I believe it also has some other variables too, like the
commit date of that revision.


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