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Detecting changes to create a build.

From: Anastasios Angelidis <voodoo_at_videotron.ca>
Date: 2006-08-04 22:22:10 CEST

Say I have a web site which has about a dozen html files. Over the time
all files have been modified in some way. Now for my current project I
modiffy only 3 of these 12 files. When I create my build to deploy, I
only need those 3 files.

Can I actually write a script that automatically checks out those 3
files and creates a "package" by using svn commands? Would I be able to
detect these changes or would I have to remember what exact files where
changed and explicitly put those files in the build script? Say those
files where checked individually creating 3 new revisions.


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