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Re: checkout to stdout (cvs -p)?

From: Saku Ytti <saku+svn_at_ytti.fi>
Date: 2006-05-17 13:03:45 CEST

On (2006-05-17 12:17 +0200), Ryan Schmidt wrote:

> >My SVN alternative seems to be 'ls' the directory then 'cat' each
> I'm not familiar with CVS. You want to send multiple files from the
> repository directly to stdout, all concatenated together? I don't
> think Subversion does that. I only know "svn cat" which will output
> one file to stdout.

 Yes, cat method is the one I explained, but it's quite suboptimal
due to need of run svn instance for each file, quite expensive.
 But indeed that is what I want, concatane multiple files to stdout
or just checkout to stdout (which will give extra stuff that I don't
need, but can workaround easily).

 'svn cat file:///foo/bar/*' would be optimal.

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