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I need to find out all the files that were added to a given branch starting from a certain revision number. What command should I use ? I have access to grep, etc. I'm looking for a command-line command, of course. I tried to use svn log --quiet but I could not figure out how.

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It looks like "svn diff -r799:HEAD --summarize" provides what you want. Just filter lines starting from "A".

(799 is just a revision when I created branch which was used for testing)

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