From: Russell Hind (rh_gmane_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-12 03:43:30
Pedro Lamarão wrote:
> The keyword $Revision$ can substitute in a file the revision of the last
> commit to that file. But that number won't change on commits to other files.
> A tool is available, WCSubRev.exe, that reads the Subversion status of
> all files in a working copy (excluding externals), and can substitute in
> a file the revision of the last commit (among other things). It is
> usually called in build scripts while making a (tag for) release.
This is windows only as it is part of TortoiseSVN
(http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org) but I'm sure it could easily be ported
to other platforms.
We use this for our versioning too, it is very useful.
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