We just started using rhodecode and really like it. Thanks!
One thing we're trying to do as part of our build and deployment scripts is retrieve the latest (or, potentially any revision) of a directory within our repository, without having to pull the entire repository (it's large, and we often need just one part of it for some deployment tasks).
It appears that we currently can retrieve a version of a file using this URL:
https://myrepository.com/[repository name]/raw/[changeset #]/path/to/my/file.txt
and, even better, it looks like we can specify the word "tip" instead of a specific changeset so we're guaranteed to get the latest version.
But we need to retrieve an entire directory, and either need to download all the contents (zipped or not), or, at the very least, an easy-to-parse list of the directory's contents, which can iterate over and use the above method to grab each file individually.
Wondering if that's feasible, and something you'd consider adding?
Thanks, David Fisher