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Get list of files and versions in one go

Get list of files and versions in one go

(OP)
Hi,

We are using a subversion in our project. I am preparing a excel sheet with the list of the files and their current version and checked in dates. Since the number of files are large, i can not go to individual file and check the details (version, date etc). Is there a facility (option) in subversion to get the list at one go..How to go about it..

Thanks in advance
 

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RE: Get list of files and versions in one go

I guess you can define an xslt stylesheet and process the xml output of a list command:

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svn list --xml --recursive <url>

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RE: Get list of files and versions in one go

(OP)
Thanks for the input, DonQuichote!! Is there a possibility that the output is in a plain text or excel format. I will find that out...

 

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