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[RFE] "Updated _from_revision_XYZ_ to revison ABC"

From: Kalin KOZHUHAROV <kalin_at_thinrope.net>
Date: 2005-09-14 08:49:29 CEST

Hi there.

I just found out I am waisting my time to track exactly what got updated on `svn up`...

Will it be easy to implement a bit more info on the update MSG, like:
        Updated _from_revision_XYZ_ to revision ABC.
instead of the current:
        Updated to revision ABC.

In this way it will be easy to see how much log entries have to be read since last update.
Include that for "Updated external to revision CFD." as well.

What I am doing now is:
svn info <= see current revision
svn up
svn log -r $currev:HEAD

And of course, sometimes I forget to run `svn info` before `svn up` and have to guess what was the
last revision.

Might need a bit of tweaking when there are mixed revisions, but then show the revision that you get
with `svn info` (without arguments that is on current directory).

What do you think?


P.S. Or is any other easy workaround for this? A shell/grep script might work for simple cases (no

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