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Re: svnversion++, what about modification dates?

From: Johannes Holzer <hl.ichaus_at_arcor.de>
Date: 2007-01-10 13:05:11 CET

gbernd@gmx.de schrieb:
> 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 :-)

Then I guess you're lost. Sorry. But if you find a good solution - tell me!

Assuming, the date information would be stored in an attribute, you
could write a wrapper script for svn, so the date is stored in the
attribute before each svn operation and restored afterwards.

The major drawback in this solution is, that no program which uses the
API-interface (GUIs!!) would be compatible. You would only have the
command line in this easy solution (or you'd have to modify the GUIs....)

A "wrapper script", which _may_ do something like this (I'm not shure
about this!!), is fsvs (see http://fsvs.tigris.org/purpose.html). fsvs
also stores metadata, but does not have all subversion workingcopy
features and is not compatible with any GUI (AFAIK).


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