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I think your question lacks a verb. What Repos do you want to view? Recently changed Repos? –  Manuel Faux Sep 22 '10 at 14:03
    
yes i want to find Recently changed Repos? –  Mohammad AL-Rawabdeh Sep 22 '10 at 14:36
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You can find the most recent revision of a repository with the svnlook youngest command

svnlook youngest /path/to/repository

this will give you revision number. To find out the changes associated with that revision use the svnlook changed command. Assuming you revision number is 9

svnlook changed -r 9 /path/to/repository

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