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Re: Meaning of attributes in .svn/entries

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-06-25 03:05:00 CEST

Morten Lied Johansen wrote:
> Hello
> I'm wondering if anyone could give me a quick explanation about the
> difference between commited-rev and revision in an entry in the
> .svn/entries file?
> I'm working with some code that extracts these two for use in the build
> process, but nobody here is entirely sure about which one they really
> wanted, because nobody is entirely sure what the difference between them
> is.. :)

Be aware that the *safe* way to do this is to run "svn info".

Peeking in .svn directories is definitely a little dodgy as far as
compatibility guarantees are concerned.

Plus, "svn info" gives more user-oriented labels:

revision => Revision:
committed-rev => Last Changed Rev:


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