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Re: WC parsing entries file with perl, where is entries fileformat?

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-13 11:53:51 CEST

On 9/13/07, Sylvain Viart <sylvain.viart@easyrencontre.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I've developed some script which was looking in the .svn/entries file.
> But the format as changed from XML to native file format.
> I would like to find the max revision in the wc structure.
> before I was using, the following bash script function
> find_last_modified_rev() {
> perl -n -e 'BEGIN { $max = 0; } if(/revision="(\d+)"/) { if($max <
> $1) { $max = $1; } } END { print "$max\n"; }' \
> $(find . -name entries)
> }
> how should I do now?

You can use svnsversion. It prints

<revision> for clean single-revision working copies
<revision>M for single-revision working copies with modifications
<oldest>:<newest> for clean mixed-revision working copies
<oldest>:<newest>M for mixed-revision working copies with modifications

and it prints an S somewhere for working copies which have switched items.

> I'm trying to port my script in perl, but what should I use to parse the
> entries file?

No need to. It's been done by the Subversion team already :-)



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