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From shirish शिरीष <shirisha...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: newbie subversion questions
Date Fri, 31 Dec 2010 19:30:05 GMT
Addition at bottom :-

2011/1/1 shirish शिरीष <shirishag75@gmail.com>:
> Hi all,
>  This is going to be a long post and actually a repost of what I asked
> in Debian forum few days ago.
> http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=58799 but got no answer.
>
> This is from svn version 1.6.12 .
>
> <quote>
> Hi all,
> I am no programmer, just a user who sometimes downloads svn snapshots
> or trunk builds and compiles them. My subversion skills are hence
> extremely poor and hence need the forum expertise to know. Few
> questions below :-
>
> a. Is there a way in subversion when you are downloading some new
> project progress as in megabytes downloaded etc. An excerpt so it will
> make clear what I am asking :-
>
> $ svn co https://pagesofadventur.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/pagesofadventur
> pagesofadventur
> A    pagesofadventur/trunk
> A    pagesofadventur/trunk/.classpath
> A    pagesofadventur/trunk/COMPILING
> A    pagesofadventur/trunk/compile.sh
> A    pagesofadventur/trunk/LICENSE
> A    pagesofadventur/trunk/.project
> A    pagesofadventur/trunk/lib
> A    pagesofadventur/trunk/lib/libopenal64.so
>
>
> This is just an small FOSS game coming up which I checked out recently
> and its just an excerpt of the whole svn release. What I want to know
> is can something be added to the command so it gives something like
> this :-
>
> A    pagesofadventur/trunk                  ------ downloaded 5 KB
> A    pagesofadventur/trunk/.classpath  ...... downloaded 15 KB
> A    pagesofadventur/trunk/COMPILING ...... downloaded 25 KB
>
> Something that will either give the total bandwidth being consumed
> (total size of the directory being downloaded in real-time or the size
> of the file in real-time) either of them will be good. As of right now
> I don't see or know how much data is being downloaded.
>
> a1. Also is there some sort of progress meter or something which can
> be used ? Something like we get in wget ?
>
> b. At the moment, svn info gives very sparse information. I get
> something like this only :-
>
> $ svn info
> Path: .
> URL: https://pagesofadventur.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/pagesofadventur/trunk
> Repository Root:
> https://pagesofadventur.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/pagesofadventur
> Repository UUID: 61f2b476-27aa-424f-a2cb-73af79cd3606
> Revision: 38
> Node Kind: directory
> Schedule: normal
> Last Changed Author: edwardlii
> Last Changed Rev: 38
> Last Changed Date: 2010-12-28 22:34:51 +0530 (Tue, 28 Dec 2010)
>
> Now I know that whenever people make a changeset or do a svn push,
> they usually comment the update/release whatever. How can I access
> whatever comment the author has made ?
>
> </quote>
>
> Looking forward for answers to the above.
>
> Also is it just possible just to kinda browse/look in/get messages of
> the newest svn commits and not the actual code ?
>
> I'm asking as I'm in a constrained bandwidth environment and have to
> pick and choose when I can pull svn commits. It would be handy to just
> get and read through the commit messages and decide when to pull them.
>
> Looking forward for answers.

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