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SVN activity of certain user

Hi there,

I'm looking for some help to get a little script done that shows me (or counts) only the added lines from an SVN repository of one specific user. Anybody has an idea?

Thanks, Michael

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SVN::Dump::Headers(3)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				     SVN::Dump::Headers(3)

NAME
SVN::Dump::Headers - Headers of a SVN dump record SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
An "SVN::Dump::Headers" object represents the headers of a SVN dump record. METHODS
"SVN::Dump::Headers" provides the following methods: new( [$hashref] ) Create and return a new empty "SVN::Dump::Headers" object. If $hashref is given (it can be a blessed hash reference), the keys from the hash are used to initialise the headers. set($h, $v) Set the $h header to the value $v. "_" can be used as a replacement for "-" in the header name. get($h) Get the value of header $h. "_" can be used as a replacement for "-" in the header name. keys() Return the list of headers, in canonical order. as_string() Return a string that represents the record headers. type() It is possible to guess the record type from its headers. This method returns a string that represents the record type. The string is one of "revision", "node", "uuid" or "format". The method dies if it can't determine the record type. ENCAPSULATION
When using "SVN::Dump" to manipulate a SVN dump, one should not directly access the "SVN::Dump::Headers" component of a "SVN::Dump::Record", but use the "set_header()" and "get_header()" methods of the record object. SEE ALSO
"SVN::Dump::Record". COPYRIGHT &; LICENSE Copyright 2006 Philippe 'BooK' Bruhat, All Rights Reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.10.0 2008-06-12 SVN::Dump::Headers(3)

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