Hi Konstantin,

That worked great. Thanks so much.

On Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at 2:50:30 PM UTC-4, builderj wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
> I've to write a shell script that checks for changes in a particular 
> folder and then do a pull of the whole repository.
> I've a build setup for which the source code resides in only 1 directory 
> (which has more sub directories) . So I would like to run a build only when 
> there is a change in that particular folder and its sub folders. So, is 
> there a way to find out if changes have been made to that folder 
> (recursively) since the last pull and do a pull of the entire repository.
> Any help is appreciated.

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