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Version Control with Subversion
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Version Control with Subversion - svnlook history

Name

svnlook history — Print information about the history of a path in the repository (or the root directory if no path is supplied).

Synopsis

svnlook history REPOS_PATH [PATH_IN_REPOS]

Description

Print information about the history of a path in the repository (or the root directory if no path is supplied).

Switches

--revision (-r)
--show-ids

Examples

This shows the history output for the path /tags/1.0 as of revision 20 in our sample repository.

$ svnlook history -r 20 /usr/local/svn/repos /tags/1.0 --show-ids
REVISION   PATH <ID>
--------   ---------
      19   /tags/1.0 <1.2.12>
      17   /branches/1.0-rc2 <1.1.10>
      16   /branches/1.0-rc2 <1.1.x>
      14   /trunk <1.0.q>
      13   /trunk <1.0.o>
      11   /trunk <1.0.k>
       9   /trunk <1.0.g>
       8   /trunk <1.0.e>
       7   /trunk <1.0.b>
       6   /trunk <1.0.9>
       5   /trunk <1.0.7>
       4   /trunk <1.0.6>
       2   /trunk <1.0.3>
       1   /trunk <1.0.2>

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