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revision in source code

From: massimiliano <massimiliano.cialdi_at_powersoft.it>
Date: Thu, 05 Jun 2008 14:11:03 +0200

I have a project using svn.
It has many files and dirs.

suppose the following scenario

base_dir r10
+-fileA.c r8
+-subdir r10
   +-fileB.c r9
   +-fileC.c r10

I need to print the revision (r10 in this case)

suppose to change and commit fileA.c, I will have the following scenario:

base_dir r11
+-fileA.c r11
+-subdir r10
   +-fileB.c r9
   +-fileC.c r10

now I must print r11 as revision.
I think that revision of base_dir is wath I need.

how can "read" the base_dir revision and put in a C string automagically
(or through a script)?


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