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Re: checkout to stdout (cvs -p)?

From: Saku Ytti <saku+svn_at_ytti.fi>
Date: 2006-05-18 13:11:19 CEST

On (2006-05-18 11:37 +0200), Anders J. Munch wrote:
> > On (2006-05-17 10:23 -0400), Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote:
> > > How about a plain old wget, using the WebDAV based access?
> >
> > Thats definitely best solution for the problem at the moment. Would
> > prefer not to do it, but it would work. Further ideas are
> > appreciated.
> Though svn cat doesn't handle wildcards, it does take multiple
> arguments. E.g. to see the concatenated contents of HEAD for a
> working copy directory, I just tried (using svn 1.3.0):
> bash-2.05$ svn cat `svn ls` | less
> Because svn ls outputs bare filenames with no path component, this
> will not work as written, though:
> $ svn cat `svn ls svn://server/path/`
> but I'm sure your group of perl hackers can work around that no sweat.

I pondered this too, I mostly have only few hundred files in directories,
but some directories have over 4k files, it's probably too long argument.
I'll nevertheless actually give it a ok.


Received on Thu May 18 13:12:27 2006

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