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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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Git::SVN::Editor(3)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				       Git::SVN::Editor(3)

NAME
Git::SVN::Editor - commit driver for "git svn set-tree" and dcommit SYNOPSIS
use Git::SVN::Editor; use Git::SVN::Ra; my $ra = Git::SVN::Ra->new($url); my %opts = ( r => 19, log => "log message", ra => $ra, config => SVN::Core::config_get_config($svn_config_dir), tree_a => "$commit^", tree_b => "$commit", editor_cb => sub { print "Committed r$_[0] "; }, mergeinfo => "/branches/foo:1-10", svn_path => "trunk" ); Git::SVN::Editor->new(\%opts)->apply_diff or print "No changes "; my $re = Git::SVN::Editor::glob2pat("trunk/*"); if ($branchname =~ /$re/) { print "matched! "; } DESCRIPTION
This module is an implementation detail of the "git svn" command. Do not use it unless you are developing git-svn. This module adapts the "SVN::Delta::Editor" object returned by "SVN::Delta::get_commit_editor" and drives it to convey the difference between two git tree objects to a remote Subversion repository. The interface will change as git-svn evolves. DEPENDENCIES
Subversion perl bindings, the core Carp and IO::File modules, and git's Git helper module. "Git::SVN::Editor" has not been tested using callers other than git-svn itself. SEE ALSO
SVN::Delta, Git::SVN::Fetcher. INCOMPATIBILITIES
None reported. BUGS
None. perl v5.16.3 2013-06-10 Git::SVN::Editor(3)

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