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Returns list of directory contents in repository URL, optionally at revision number (PECL svn:0.1-0.2)
array svn_ls ( string repos_url [, int revision_no] )

This function queries the repository URL and returns a list of files and directories, optionally from a specific revision. This is equivalent to svn list $repos_url[@$revision_no]


This function does not work with working copies. repos_url must be a repository URL.



URL of the repository, eg. To access a local Subversion repository via filesystem, use the file URI scheme, eg. file:///home/user/svn-repos


Integer revision number to retrieve listing of. When omitted, the HEAD revision is used.

Return Values

On success, this function returns an array file listing in the format of:

[0] => Array
       [created_rev] => integer revision number of last edit
       [last_author] => string author name of last edit
       [size] => integer byte file size of file
       [time] => string date of last edit in form 'M d H:i'
                 or 'M d Y', depending on how old the file is
       [time_t] => integer unix timestamp of last edit
       [name] => name of file/directory
       [type] => type, can be 'file' or 'dir'
[1] => ...



This function is EXPERIMENTAL. The behaviour of this function, the name of this function, and anything else documented about this function may change without notice in a future release of PHP. Use this function at your own risk.


Example 2500. svn_ls() example

( svn_ls('') );

The above example will output something similar to:

   [0] => Array
           [created_rev] => 20
           [last_author] => Joe
           [size] => 0
           [time] => Apr 02 09:28
           [time_t] => 1175520529
           [name] => tags
           [type] => dir
   [1] => Array
           [created_rev] => 23
           [last_author] => Bob
           [size] => 0
           [time] => Apr 02 15:15
           [time_t] => 1175541322
           [name] => trunk
           [type] => dir