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Re: getting a few information on the last repositories changes

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Oct 2008 18:40:59 -0500

On Oct 17, 2008, at 17:37, Luca Ferrari wrote:

> I'd like to get the list of changed pathes between two tags (and
> more in
> general between two revisions), but it seems svlook allows only to
> get the
> list of changed pathes from only one specific revision. How can I get
> information between two revision numbers and tags?

Getting the changed paths between two revisions (e.g. r100 and r200)
is easy:

svn log -r 100:200 -q -v $REPO


svn diff --summarize -r 100:200 $REPO

Getting the changed paths between two tags is hard, because a tag is
not an alias for a revision; it is a separate repository path.

> Moreover, is it possible to query the repository and see all the last
> activities of a committer?

There is not a built-in way to do that. You could use "svn log" over
the desired revision range, and parse out the entries for the
committer you're interested in, using whatever programming language
you like.

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