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RE: Efficient way to get the previous revision number

From: Paul Koning <Paul_Koning_at_dell.com>
Date: Fri, 2 May 2008 13:16:38 -0400

>>>>> "Andrew" == Andrew Reedick <Reedick> writes:

>> I thought about using the --limit option but that would give me
>> 105 (in
>> the example above) which is not what I'm after.

 Andrew> It should give you 100, not 105. Svn log goes down, not up.

It goes either way. The default rev range is HEAD:1. If the range is
high to low, the log goes down; if it's low to high, it goes up.

For example, a nice way to find the rev at which a branch was created

        svn log --limit 1 --stop-on-copy -r 1:HEAD <branch>


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