I'm trying to create a search between two revision numbers in a Subversion repository in Fisheye. Basically, the equivalent of running something like:
svn log -r 12:15
I looked at the documentation for EyeQL, but there's no mentinon of revision numbers - it seems to suggest you can only compare tags.
Is that right, or is there some other way to achieve the above?
Hi @Richard Cross,
According to the EyeQL reference guide you can show a range of revisions with a query like the following:
where csid = 12 or csid = 13 or csid = 14 or csid = 15
order by date desc
return path, revision, author, date, csid, comment
For instance, CSID in the query above means "ChangeSet ID".
Hopefully this helps!
Well, this is expressing individual changesets rather than a range. If I want to show all the revisions from version 100 to 200, that expression is going to get rather messy.
I think I will be be better off using the Subversion command line as I described above in my original post.
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