How to view files and file version number in a subversion changeset in FishEye?

One of my users has asked for a report featuring all of the files and their subversion revision number for a changeset. They use the word baseline, but I think the equivalent in subversion would be a tag or changeset.

I've instructed them to navigate the folder structure and while using the "files" tab they would see this information. They need this to meet some finance regulations about the configuration of our ERP system. Is there a FishEye report that could generate this?

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Hi Greg,

Unfortunately there is not a report in Fisheye that will generate this but you can generate it quite trivially with subversion directly using the svnlook command:

e.g.:

proteus:~ atlas-dev$ svnlook tree testrepo --show-ids

/ <0.0.r2/258>

b <0-2.0.r2/28>

a <0-1.0.r1/28>

proteus:~ atlas-dev$

Where the number after the 'r' is the last revision number that modified that file.

Kind Regards,

Richard Stephens

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