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python scripting: retreiving change info for buildbot

From: John Pye <john.pye_at_student.unsw.edu.au>
Date: 2006-03-15 02:12:52 CET

Hi all,

I saw that thread about the python API and its lacking documentation. I
also read about 'pysvn' and tried to build it but it doesn't have a
standard python build process and isn't available as an RPM package.

Can anyone tell me what the three-liner python script would be that
takes a subversion repository URL and pulls out the latest trunk
revision and who it was by?

My attempt was

> import svn.client
> msgs =
> svn.client.log("https://pse.cheme.cmu.edu/svn/ascend/code/trunk",limit=1)
> print msgs

But apparently I need *8* arguments to that function, and I can't use
keyword arguments.

I'm hoping to use this to implement a way to monitor an svn repository
for buildbot updates without needing to install hook scripts on the
server, which is under my control.

Would appreciate any help you can offer.


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