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From Olivier Antoine <oliviera201...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: History in subversion
Date Tue, 11 Jun 2013 20:45:09 GMT
Thanks for your help, I will try again this.

But this is very poor compared to ClearCase. Nobody tried to script that ?

It is also possible to read the SVN repository without checkout, there is a
way to address an element, something like this :
<element url>@revnumber

But it is not possible to use a syntax like this :

<directory>@revnumber/<file>

I tried, it doesn't work.

Actually, I just try to analyze all elements, files and directories,
contained in a SVN repository. I'd like to be able to parse all the
elements - if possible without any checkout (that would be great).

Other challenge is : I need to restore a file element that has been removed
in a very old revision, and of course I don't know which one.

Any search command or script with Subversion ?




2013/6/11 Olivier Antoine <oliviera201304@gmail.com>

> Hi,
>
> I'm trying to work with SVN, but coming from ClearCase, I'm lost.
>
> It seems that it is not possible to consult the history of the repository
> like in CC,
> I can get the history of a file element with svn+annotate, I can use
> svn+diff on files,
> But for directories : no annotate, no diff - nothing ?
> Do I have to check all the repository revision set in order to follow the
> changes on a directory element ?
>
> Regards
> Olivier
>
>

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