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Re: svnadmin dump- How to check if repository has changed?

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-04-03 17:24:45 CEST

Aniruddha Apte wrote:
> Hello,
> While using 'svnadmin dump' how can I check if the repository has
> changed since the previous dump? Say the previous dump was taken at
> Rev-40 and the youngest revision is still 40; how can we determine if
> any non-versioned properties have changed between these points?
> I guess I can use svnlook date (provided the time stamp changes for
> the property modification).

No, they don't.

But you can set up a pre-revprop-change hook script which logs changes in
whatever form you want.


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