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Equivalent of cvs log?

From: Norman Walsh <ndw_at_nwalsh.com>
Date: 2005-02-11 21:34:46 CET

I've recently switched one of my projects from CVS to Subversion.
So far, everything is great. I have a question though. I used
to have a process that used the output of 'cvs log' (which dumps
the log of the whole repository) to build another artifact.

Of course 'svn log' only shows me the log for the root directory. I
can imagine building a tool that recursively searches the repository
and issues svn log requests for all the files, but that seems like
overkill. Is there an easier way?

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