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Re: SVN equivalent for CVS history

From: Les Mikesell <lesmikesell_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-09 15:13:59 CEST

nikhil gupta wrote:
> Hi There,My organization is moving from CVS to SVN. We have SVN 1.4.2 installed. Now, for the building of the code, we have a requirement which is as follows:we want to get a list of files which were checked-in on the last working day & then update only those files for the daily build. In CVS we had "cvs history -a -c -D 2007-05-05" to get the list.Is there any way that we can accomplish the above requirement using SVN? I tried "SVN status -u -v <working copy>" but that gives me the list of all the files in the repository irrespective of the date & as the product repository is pretty large, it takes time to get the list & then update.ThanksNikhil

I don't have an answer for this, but I'm curious as to why you wouldn't
just let svn (or cvs) update everything that is not current (or specify
the time you want) in one operation. If you want to cut things off at
midnight or something, I'd probably just schedule an update on the build
machine to happen then.

   Les Mikesell
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