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RE: Files changed on a specific branch

From: Echlin, Michael
Subject: RE: Files changed on a specific branch
Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2001 13:04:39 -0400

Hi Mark,

This type of detailed reporting would have to be done by first generating a
full report and importing that into a database; then create the more
detailed report.

Or switch to using a different cm tool that is project oriented with it's
own built in database (MKSSI or QVCS for instance.) I believe you are
starting to get beyond the limited functionality of cvs.

While I use cvs for a large number of the projects I do CM for I also use
other tools for projects that require more control or reporting. Limiting
oneself to a single product in any software or hardware category leads to
un-necessary constraints and limitations that will in the end cost you and
your projects to much in lost time. (but more on this in my up-coming paper,
"What's in your back pocket - A prescription for healthy IT")


-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Brown [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: June 20, 2001 8:09 PM
To: address@hidden
Subject: Files changed on a specific branch

I am interested in generating a report of all files that have changed since
a certain date or since a tag was created, but would like to limit the
report to only those files changed on a specific branch.  How would such a
report be generated?  I can generate a report of all files changed on all
branches, but how to only show files on one branch?  Thank you for your


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