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RE: CMS and subversion

From: Robert Hunter <robert.hunter_at_gen-i.co.nz>
Date: 2005-02-27 21:30:22 CET

>>> Also is it possible to take a repository and see all changes made to
>>> it
>>> in the last year? this might be useful for managers to see and general
>>> reporting.
>> Sure. "svn log URL:///repository" will show you a log of all changes,
>> you can just chop it at the 1 year mark. Subversion doesn't have
>> any way of expressing "1 year prior" in the command line syntax,
>> you'll have to work that out on your own.
> Well, there *is* the -r {date} syntax, which maps to the first
> revision after {date}.
> So if one calculates 'today - 1 year' and puts in in the place of {date},
> then, yes we do have that functionality.

Just as a convenience, it might be worth mentioning that the calculation of
"today - 1 year" can be done in-line, at least with bash and GNU date.

$ date -d "1 year ago"
Sat Feb 28 09:21:47 NZDT 2004

$ date -d "1 year ago" +'%f'

$ svn log -r {$(date -d "1 year ago" +%F)}:HEAD

Hope this helps :-)

Robert Hunter
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