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I need to get a snapshot of only files in a certain reversion range

From: Jeff Pierson <jpierson_at_realgreen.com>
Date: 2006-01-26 15:38:34 CET

I know that I can write a script to query files involved in a particular
reversion range and then loop through the results to retrieve each one
individually however I was wondering if there is an easier way. The way that
seems most intuitive to me is to specify a range in an export command as
shown below.


Example 1: Get all of the highest versioned files in the range of 64 to 66

export -r 64:66 svn://domain/projects/projectname




Example 2: Get only files revised in revision 66

export -r 66:66 svn://domain/projects/projectname



This seems like the most intuitive way to get a dump of files in a reversion
range but it is clear by the error “svn: Revision range is not allowed” that
this command is invalid. Mainly it would like to find a way to only get the
files involved in a single revision or between a revision range however it
seems that export is intended to get a complete picture of the repository at
a given revision. I’m I going about this the wrong way? If anybody knows a
way to do this please enlighten me.




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