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RE: Re: Some Queries about subversion supported features

From: Gale, David <David.Gale_at_Hypertherm.com>
Date: 2006-08-07 13:29:44 CEST

Aamir Yaseen wrote:
> Hi ALL,
> Thanks Schmidt and Levy for details answers.
> I have following questions regarding Versioning.
> According to subversion Book: "Unlike those of many other version
> control systems, Subversion's revision numbers apply to entire trees,
> not individual files. Each revision number selects an entire tree, a
> particular state of the repository after some committed change".
> Question: Is there any way to find the last modified version of the
> specified file in the repository.
> Example: there is a file abc.txt in repository with current
> repository version of 37, and this file was last time changed in
> repository version 13, after that its version is incrementing due to
> subversion's Versioning Model. Now before making any change in
> abc.txt, I want to get the last updated version of this file (not
> the repository). How can I find that version (13 here in this
> example)?
> What should be the command or any URL?
> Any help will be highly appreciated.
svn info <file>

Lists all sorts of info about a given file, including the "Last Changed
Rev:". Works for both repository and working copy files.


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