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Re: Getting a listing of files that ever existed?

From: Eric Hanchrow <offby1_at_blarg.net>
Date: 2005-10-08 21:05:04 CEST

>>>>> "Aleksey" == Aleksey Nogin <aleksey@nogin.org> writes:

    Aleksey> As far as I understand, "svn ls" is only capable of
    Aleksey> giving a listing of the files that exist[ed] in a
    Aleksey> _specific_ revision. Is there some way to get a listing
    Aleksey> of _every_ file that ever existed in a certain directory
    Aleksey> (i.e. a listing that would simultaneously include files
    Aleksey> long deleted and files recently added)? Thanks!

        svn log -vq url://repos | egrep '^ *\bA\b'

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