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i want to write bash file to do incremntal backup daily ... how i can do it ?

by svnlook youngest i can get the current svn repository revision ... how i can store the result of svnlook youngest in variable and how i can take the differant between to revision

to understand what i mean see the following :- svnadmin dump $SVN_REPOSITORY --revision old_revision_number:YOUNGEST_revision_number --incremental > $SHERD_AREA/incremental_backup"

share|improve this question has the full scripts needed. – Danny Schoemann Jan 20 '15 at 14:45
up vote 2 down vote accepted
version=$(svnlook youngest)
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