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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - svnlook dirs-changed

Name

svnlook dirs-changed — Print the directories that were themselves changed.

Synopsis

svnlook dirs-changed REPOS_PATH

Description

Print the directories that were themselves changed (property edits) or whose file children were changed.

Switches

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

Examples

This shows the directories that changed in revision 40 in our sample repository:

$ svnlook dirs-changed -r 40 /usr/local/svn/repos
trunk/vendors/deli/

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