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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - svnlook changed

Name

svnlook changed — Print the paths that were changed.

Synopsis

svnlook changed REPOS_PATH

Description

Print the paths that were changed in a particular revision or transaction, as well as “svn update-style” status letters in the first two columns:

'A '

Item added to repository.

'D '

Item deleted from repository.

'U '

File contents changed.

'_U'

Properties of item changed.

'UU'

File contents and properties changed.

Files and directories can be distinguished, as directory paths are displayed with a trailing '/' character.

Switches

--revision (-r)
--transaction (-t)

Examples

This shows a list of all the changed files in revision 39 of a test repository:

$ svnlook changed -r 39 /usr/local/svn/repos
A   trunk/vendors/deli/
A   trunk/vendors/deli/chips.txt
A   trunk/vendors/deli/sandwich.txt
A   trunk/vendors/deli/pickle.txt
U   trunk/vendors/baker/bagel.txt
_U  trunk/vendors/baker/croissant.txt
UU  trunk/vendors/baker/pretzel.txt
D   trunk/vendors/baker/baguette.txt

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