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Re: svnversion++, what about modification dates?

From: Martin Scharrer <mailinglists_at_madmarty.de>
Date: 2007-01-10 12:59:53 CET

On Wednesday 10 January 2007 12:48, gbernd@gmx.de wrote:
> web site. But the information it provides is a bit small. What I need is
> -- additional to the latest revision number and revision status -- the
> modification date of my project. An example would be "R133M (2007-01-08
> 13:23)" or "Last change: Wednesday, January 10th, 2007". This date should
> be
> 1) the date of the latest commit if everything is committed
There is a LaTeX package which does this for a multi-file LaTeX document:

> 2) the latest file modification date if there is locally a modified
> svn-managed file
> Is there an extension to svnversion to provide me with this date
> information? It seems to be not a too complex problem but would require
> some scripting and querying, which I intend to avoid :-)
It looks for me you need a script which scans your files for the Date
keyword, checks for non-committed modifications, etc. and calculates the
latest time. I do not know about an extenstion or existing script which does


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