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Re: Find property change without a working copy

From: Quest <quest_at_lysator.liu.se>
Date: 2005-08-16 17:07:33 CEST

On Tue, 16 Aug 2005 10:02:50 -0400, "Dale Worley" <dworley@pingtel.com> writes:

>> From: Quest
>> How do I find out at which revision a property changed on a particular
>> file?
>> It feels like this should be a trivial matter, but I can't find
>> anything about in the Book or in the svn command help. Feel free to
>> RTFM me.
> You can retrieve the value of the property for any particular rev using:
> svn -r (revision) propget (property name) https://....
> Then do binary search to find the rev that changed the value.

Indeed, but this is a very ineffective way to solve my problem. I had
hoped that I had overlooked some way to do this in one query. I'm
writing a Plone product to display subversion repositories
(http://quest.windwards.net/hacking/plonesvnview/) and would like to
list property changes as a part of the log history of a file.

Anders "Quest" Qvist
Ye olde jungle proverb:
Even the Phantom must turn on the light to see what's in his goth wardrobe.
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