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identify deleted file

From: vinay i <vinay.indresh_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2008 17:28:44 +0530

Hi All
Is there any command to identify whether a file actually existed and has now
been removed from subversion.
In CVS we can get this by
"cvs status <file_name>"

In the description it gives
Repository revisoion: xxxx /./Attic/... from which we come to know that the
file was removed from the repository.

Do we have anything similar to the above in subversion?
One way I could get it was getting "svn log" on the parent directory. In
this I could find out by searching for

D <filename> under changed paths

But this will be a costly operation if the number of revisions undergone on
the parent directory is numerous. I would like to know if we could do some
operation to validate a file was removed from repository or not?

Received on 2008-10-22 13:59:06 CEST

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