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RE: list of modified files between two changesets

From: Bolstridge, Andrew <andy.bolstridge_at_intergraph.com>
Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2009 16:39:30 -0000

My advice would be to use a post-commit hook, with the svnlook changed option. (or even dirs-changed).

I use this to write the list of changes to a file, then at midnight, use that list to "svn export" the unique lines to a temporary directory to run a tool over them. You would ftp them instead, its remarkably easy.

I use windows, but this is the hook I use:

for /F "eol=¬ delims=¬" %%A in ('svnlook dirs-changed %1 -r %2') do echo %%A >> c:\svn_exports\export.txt


-----Original Message-----
From: Mihamina Rakotomandimby (R12y) [mailto:mihamina_at_lab.vectoris.fr]
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2009 12:31 PM
To: users_at_subversion.tigris.org
Subject: list of modified files between two changesets


We (3-4 developpers) use to use SVN on our LAN.
We deliver to our customer on a shared server (pre-production) without
an SVN client (and no way to install one)
We would like to deliver on a daily basis by pushing the modified files
to the server.
Therefore, I thought about a way to see what files have been modified
from the morning to the evening and then FTP-put them.
I use Linux, so using grep/awk to parse some SVN output is not a problem.
How to?
Thank you!


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