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How to list all files in a repository

From: thomas mauch <Thomas.Mauch_at_swisslog.com>
Date: 2005-01-10 09:34:55 CET

Hello
 
I would like to list all files which existed once in a directory of a
repository, to see which files have been added and removed during the
development. Any way to achieve this? I tried svn list -r 1:HEAD, but
got the error message "svn: Revision range is not allowed".
 
Ideally output would look similar like this:
 
Directory 'foo':
File 'a': added revision 1
File 'b': added revision 2
File 'c': added revsion 2, removed revision 3
 
Another interesting output format would as well show the commit log
messages for each entry, e.g.
 
Directory 'foo':
File 'a': added revision 1
- Rev 1: Initial commit
- Rev 3: Bug fix
File 'b': added revision 2
- Rev 2: Added file
File 'c': added revsion 2, removed revision 3
- Rev 2: Added file
- Rev 3: Removed erroneously added file
 
Or is there a tool doing things like this. Any ideas?
 
Many thanks in advance,
Thomas

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