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Re: Easiest way to log all checkins in subversion?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-20 15:56:40 CEST

On Apr 20, 2005, at 8:50 AM, Scott Simpson wrote:

> What is the easiest way to log all the check-ins in Subversion? I want
> to:
> 1. Have a separate log file for each project.
> 2. Have a separate log file for each branch within that project (named
> after the tag for the branch).
> 3. I want to log when something is tagged.
> 4. I want to log all the check-in messages, even if there are different
> check-in messages for different files during the same "transaction".
> Is it easiest to hack up the commit-email.pl file? That file seems to
> give 1 and 4 but not 2 or 3.

Uh, isn't this why the 'svn log' command exists? Run 'svn log URL',
where URL is any directory within the repository, and you'll see the
history of every change ever made within that directory. And since
"projects", "branches" and "tags" are all directories, all of your
use-cases are covered.

Reading #4, I get the feeling you don't yet have any experience using
Subversion. There are no per-file check-in messages. I think you
might want to read the book, at least chapters 2/3/4.

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