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Re: Getting list of files that changed between revisions

From: Ed Hillmann <edhillmann_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-08-04 23:54:43 CEST

I've done this for our release process. I use svn
diff, so I don't have to depend on the repository to
exist on the filesystem.

When we cut a release, we tag the files (copying the
released files in the /tags directory). So, if we're
releasing version 1.0.10, and there already exists a
tag 1.0.9, I use diff the following way

svn diff svn://machine/repos/tags/1.0.9

I've used URL's, so I don't have to have anything
checked out. I then grep the output for "Index: ",
which will give me the filenames.

Hope this helps,

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