Thanks Ryan. Parsing the output really isn't a big deal. I guess I was
hoping for a more eloquent solution.
Any suggested reading for SVN? Specifically, we're looking at
establishing baselines for our systems using SVN. Can this be done
using this tool?
HHS/PSC/ISMS/ESS PMO (Program Management Office)
From: Ryan Schmidt [mailto:subversion-2010a_at_ryandesign.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 13, 2010 6:24 PM
To: Headley, Ronald (PSC/ISMS/EAD-CTR)
Subject: Re: Verifying a file version
On Jan 13, 2010, at 16:02, Headley, Ronald (PSC/ISMS/EAD-CTR) wrote:
> We recently encountered an issue where an incorrect version, or more
specifically, a non-existing version, of a file was promoted to
production. We want to enhance our process to ensure we, at a minimal,
export an existing version of a file. Can anyone suggest a command that
will check the file version (without parsing the output of the list
command; I'd rather check the execution of the command with "echo $?" or
something to that effect)? See examples below for further details.
To correct the terminology, you're trying to verify the "last changed
revision" of the file. And I don't think you're going to find a solution
that doesn't involve parsing the output of some svn command.
Received on 2010-01-14 15:42:59 CET