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Re: Did anything change?

From: Jeremy Whitlock <jcscoobyrs_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-10 17:27:38 CET

John,
    You can use svn log to do this. This is the same approach that most
continuous build products find out when changes are made so they can kick
off a build.

Take care,

Jeremy

P.S. - svn help log should help.
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> On 3/10/06, John Calcote <jcalcote@novell.com> wrote:
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> > We used to use CVS revisions to determine if anything had changed in a
> given line since the last nightly build. Now with subversion and multiple
> branches, it's difficult to do it the same way because subversion revs the
> tree even if nothing changed in a given branch.
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> Can anyone give me a tip or two on how to use svn commands to determine if
> something in a given branch changed?
>
> --john
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Received on Fri Mar 10 17:31:52 2006

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