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Subversion feature question/request

From: Russ Brown <pickscrape_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-21 18:43:59 CEST

Hello,

I have a question about a feature that I'd like to see in Subversion. If
there's already a tool that does this I'll be really happy.

What I want is a command to which I pass a URL, and returns a list of
all objects that have existed at that path in history along with the
revisions between which they existed. Effectively, a peg revision lister.

For example, say I create a branch at revision 1000, and delete it at
revision 1500:

svn cp svn://url/trunk svn://url/branches/x
500 revisions....
svn rm svn://url/trunk svn://url/branches/x

Say I then create another branche with the same name at revision 2000

If I pass this command the path I'd like output akin to the following:

svn <command> svn://url/trunk

500:1000
2000-HEAD

Or something similar. That would make working with peg revisions so much
easier.

Can this be done already, and if not how hard would it be to add?

Thanks.

-- 
Russell Brown.
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