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Re: Query subversion for all files that have a certain property

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-03-01 22:20:22 CET

On Mar 1, 2005, at 10:08 AM, Georg Viehöver wrote:
> The use case that I am thinking about is to query subversion which
> files have been changed for a certain bug, attaching the bug number as
> a property to all files that have been changed in the process of
> fixing the bug.
> [...]
> Any ideas? Maybe I am missing some point?

Yes you are. :-) Subversion's commits are "packaged" into atomic
groups already. If a bugfix touches 14 files, then 'svn commit' will
create a new global revision, and the bug is said to be "fixed by
revision N". At any time, 'svn log -v -rN' will show you the exact
change (including list of files) that fixed the bug. So there's no
need to remember which file-changes fixed a bug -- just remember the
name of the commit which fixed it. That's the information you put
into the issue tracker when you close a bug.

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