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RE: Can't see the wood for the trees (or: what are my branches called?)

From: Giulio Troccoli <Giulio.Troccoli_at_uk.linedata.com>
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2010 08:35:10 +0000


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-----Original Message-----

> From: Gary [mailto:subversion-user_at_garydjones.name]
> Sent: 19 November 2010 08:32
> To: users_at_subversion.apache.org
> Subject: Can't see the wood for the trees (or: what are my
> branches called?)
> Is there any way of finding out what branches I have created?
> I did look at the "red book" but it seems like there isn't
> anything, at least not where I expected to find it.

You can use the ls command, probably with a depth of immediate, recursively until you find what you want:

svn ls --depth immediate http://url.to.repo

This will give you the list of directories at the root of your repository. Then you go deeper

svn ls --depth immediate http://url.to.repo/branches

Assuming branches is one of the folder in the root of the repository you want to investigate.

Received on 2010-11-19 09:35:49 CET

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