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Re: Listing the changes in a revision

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 5 Jan 2008 22:43:30 +0100

On Jan 5, 2008 10:37 PM, Chris Rose <chris.rose_at_messagingdirect.com> wrote:
> I want something that is basically the --summarize option of svn diff,
> but without the network overhead, or at least the overhead I assume
> exists. Is it possible, given a revision number, to determine the
> _scope_ of the changes in that revision? I want to know which files
> changed, which files were added, deleted, etc...
> svn diff --summarize, in my test, seemed to take a long time,
> suggesting that it sends more over the wire than I want; is there a
> faster way?

How about

 $ svn log -v -r <revision> URL

Or, if you don't want the log text itself:

 $ svn log -v -q -r <revision> URL




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