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Re: Question on reporting

From: Hari Kodungallur <hkodungallur_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-19 02:33:47 CEST

On 8/18/06, Michael Satterwhite <michael@weblore.com> wrote:
> I'm looking to do something that sounds easy, but I don't see the
> command for it. Is there a way in subversion to find out specifically
> which files have changed between two specific commits? IOW, If I'm at
> revision 5, can I list the files that changed since revision 3? If not,
> that would be a useful report.
I vaguely remember someone suggesting a "--list-files" option or something
similar to that for "svn log". I do not remember what happened to that.

However, the following should work for almost all cases:
  svn log -r 3:HEAD -v | grep " [AMD]"

or for a unique list:
  svn log -r 3:HEAD -v | grep " [AMD]" | sort | uniq


-Hari Kodungallur
SpikeSource Inc.
Received on Sat Aug 19 02:34:58 2006

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