On Tuesday, August 12, 2014 11:49:39 am Ben Reser wrote:
> I intended to reply to your other thread given roughly the same svnversion
> advice that Branko has already given you.
> On 8/12/14 9:09 AM, Alexey Neyman wrote:
> > 1. svnversion reports the revision of the check-out, not the revision of
> > the last modification.
> Use one of the alternatives that behaves the way you want. To save
> retyping info I've already provided elsewhere see this:
> For reference SubWCRev is something that comes with TortoiseSVN:
Actually, it's even easier than that. I somehow missed the -c option to
> > 2. svnversion does not provide the $Date$ information.
> Patches welcome as always. If you don't want to write the patch you can
> always ask for it.
I think I can write such patch myself :)
> > 3. svnversion won't report anything on 'svn export'-ed sources.
> Your properties won't be available either.
Properties won't, but expanded keywords will be present in 'svn export'.
$Revision$ will change in response to a property change.
Please consider these questions closed. For the 'last changed rev/date' I'll
modify the 'svnversion -c' and will submit a patch to support reporting the
dates as well (hopefully, it can then be applied to 1.8.x branch as well) and
for the caching the results of file analysis, I'll use a post-commit script
(since not performing that action does not compromise the integrity of the
project in the repository).
Received on 2014-08-12 21:27:17 CEST