If I'm not wrong, you can't avoid clone the repo. But the good thing is
that all the commands to produce the diffs will run really fast because
they all run locally.

Anyway you can add to your script the cloning part.

El jue., 31 de mar. de 2016 a la(s) 04:10, Sebastian Tarach <
star...@gmail.com> escribió:

> In the company I work for I was requested to write script/app that would
> retrieve all diffs in the past month for each author and put them in
> separate files. I was quite surprised when I found out I can't do that
> remotely but I have clone the repository first. Well it's not a big deal
> for our ~12 repos but it is a bit time consuming. Obviously in such case
> ls-remote was no help. We have such script for SVN and obviously do to it's
> centralized nature such this is possible. Therefore I'm wondering did I
> miss something? Maybe it actually is possible but I didn't do my research
> right?
>
> ~thanks
>
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