Short log format of Subversion history

svnll(){svn log "$@"|( read; while true; do read h||break; read; m=""; while read l; do echo "$l" | grep -q '^[-]\+$'&&break; [ -z "$m" ] && m=$l; done; echo "$h % $m" | sed 's#\(.*\) | \(.*\) | \([-0-9 :]\{16\}\).* % \(.*\)#\1 \2 (\3) \4#'; done)}
Emulate (more or less) Git equivalent of git log --format='tformat:%h %an (%cr) %s'
Sample Output
r1238354 bodewig (2012-01-31 11:01) help dealing with the case where BSF is there but JavaScript support is not - the current build failure in Gump
r1237442 bodewig (2012-01-29 20:58) another readablilty tweak
r1237438 bodewig (2012-01-29 20:49) extract handling of -source 1.1 and 1.2

By: vhotspur
2012-03-25 20:39:05

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