So, Annabel was complaining that she couldn't see a log of just her Subversion revisions along with details of the files that have changed from the command line. Shock horror - something you can do from Tortoise that you can't easily do from the shell!
(If you don't care about seeing a list of the files that have been changed, you can just do
svn log | grep -A2 sbrunning | less, but adding the
-v option turns the output to gibberish.)
Clearly I wasn't going to to let that stand, so I knocked up a very quick script. Then proceeded to over-engineer the snot out of it. (In my own time I must add.)
You can filter by author or by checkin message, with regexps. You can also reverse the output and see the latest checkin last, which is handy if you are only want to see the most recent checkins and don't want to pipe the output to less.Posted to Software development by Simon Brunning at November 21, 2007 06:05 PM