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Re: How to extract a Changed Files Report for a single SVN User?

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-08 10:21:25 CEST

On 6/8/07, Luis Motta Campos <l.campos@blinck.com> wrote:
> Hi, List People.
> I need some help here. A fellow in the company is making my life
> hard not documenting properly the changes he's doing to the source
> code. The manager and I decided to try and find a way to track this
> down and I thought that maybe SVN could give me a nice clue about the
> changed files per revision from a specific user.

> Maybe someone here could point me to the right piece of
> documentation or suggest a nice one-liner for this?

Hi Luis,

Well, you can retrieve the changed files and the user who changed them
all at once by running the command:

svn log -vq <url of the root of your repository>

It will give you log formatted output, with a list of added / changed
paths, but won't include the log message. From the header line you can
retrieve the username.

If you do want to see the log messages, run 'svn log -v <url>' instead.



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