How to get Change Report from SVN?

Dear All,

We've decided to to upgrade to SVN from CVS. While evaluating the product, one feature i was looking for but couldn't find was a Change Report....

Question is simple... Can we get a change report for a specific period in SVN and export it ?

I have Visual SVN server and Tortoise SVN client...
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Muhammad KhanManager, ITAsked:
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McNeticCommented:
Afaik, TortoiseSVN does not support this. There should be Tools, like SmartSVN, which can do this - maybe there are also others. You could also install the command line client and get a simple textual list of changes for specified periods.

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Muhammad KhanManager, ITAuthor Commented:
I logged the issue with VisualSVN support team and below is there response

quote
> Subversion "svn log" command generates list of changes made in the
> repository. You need to use "--xml" switch to select xml log format
> and "-v" switch to include changed paths to the report. Here is
> example of the command:
>
> svn log --xml -v -r {2010-09-01}:{2010-09-10}  repository folder URL>
>
> Please refer to this article for detailed guide how to specify date
> range for the log command:
http://www.visualsvn.com/support/svnbook/tour/revs/specifiers/#svn.tou
> r.revs.dates
>
> The following article describes "svn log" command at whole:
http://www.visualsvn.com/support/svnbook/ref/svn/c/log/
>
> If you run "svn log" command on the machine where VisualSVN Server is
> installed you can use the following environment variable to specify
> path to svn.exe file:
> %VISUALSVN_SERVER%
unquote



So

 svn log --xml -v -r {2010-09-01}:{2010-09-10}
 
It is...

Muhammad KhanManager, ITAuthor Commented:
I got the answer from SVN Support team.. sharing here for other askers.
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