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From: Rob Helmer
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Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2001 16:06:34 -0800
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Hmm, well I did find this..

Works ok for my purposes ( I call it from a CGI (sh) to
generate an HTML pull-down ), if anyone else has any
comments or suggestions please let me know.

Any way we could have something like this in CVS? ( i.e.
cvs ltag filname ). That'd be a useful feature IMHO, 
ltag is not very full-featured if you know what I mean :)

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Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2001 00:17:26 -0800

Hello all,

I've been looking around for this, hopefully someone knows this

What's the easiest way to grab a list of tags for all files
in a given repository? I'd like to do this for part of my
build system.

I noticed val-tags, but this does not seem to be what
I need.

Rob Helmer

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