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Getting the current repository version

From: Mike Quilleash <mike.quilleash_at_subexazure.com>
Date: 2007-05-10 11:29:12 CEST

Hi all,
Hopefully this is an easy one. I want to be able to detect if a local
copy is older than the respository. Closest thing I can find to do this
svn -q -r HEAD log svn://xxx/trunk
Which prints out the repo revision of the head, but i'm not sure if this
works for branches. Just being able to get the latest revision of a
repository URL would be fine as I can get the local revision with 'svn

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