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SVN Revision of a whole working dir as a keyword ?

From: Leonel Gayard <leonel.gayard_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-19 00:11:57 CEST


I have a README file at the root of my project. In this README file, I
have written: "This is project Blah, revision $Rev$".

SVN correctly substitutes the $Rev$ keyword with the revision number
of file README. The problem is, sometimes other files in the project
are commited, which increases the overall revision, but not the
revision of file README. So, when my users see that file, they see a
different revision number than the revision number of their working

How can I have my file show the revision number of the working copy ?

Yes, I've already RTFM.


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