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Re: Listing the changes in a revision

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Sat, 5 Jan 2008 15:58:36 -0600

On Jan 5, 2008, at 15:37, Chris Rose 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?

I seem to recall that if your server is earlier than 1.4.0 then it
must still send the diffs over the wire and the client just ignores
them. If the server is running 1.4.0 or later then it just sends the
information the client displays and is therefore faster. What version
of Subversion is on your server?

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