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Re: When does 'svn:keywords' get applied

From: Stephan Hennig <mailing_list_at_arcor.de>
Date: 2005-06-06 12:53:37 CEST

Michael Hipp schrieb:

> If the latter, how do I make sure my "main" file always shows the
> most current revision of my *project* and not of that file?

The post-commit hook script gets the new revision number as second
argument. You can write that out to a file and include the file later in
your sources. Question is where to write the file(s) since post-commit
doesn't know the paths of checked out working copies (suggestions
welcome!). If there is only one user you might control the place via an
environment variable.

But notice, because there is no point in versioning that file (its
content would be off by one in the repository) that file might be missed
after a fresh check-out. The advantage to svnversion is you don't need
to run an additional program within every build process.

Stephan Hennig

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