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Re: Getting a report out of CVS

From: David Taylor
Subject: Re: Getting a report out of CVS
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2001 13:21:03 -0700

The Perl script cvs2cl does it for me: take a look at

If you're tagging/branching your releases, then the example using the
options "--tags --branches" will give you an idea of what it can do for

Another possibility would be to find/write a script to pass CVS log info
to your Trouble Ticket tracking software and use that to generate


"Moosavipour, Makan" wrote:

> Hi All,In a development team we asked the programmers to include the
> index number of Trouble Tickets they fix to their descriptions,
> everytime they commit the source codes. Now, I like to get some
> reports such as the followings from the CVS repository:- In what
> release a particular Trouble Ticket was fixed, what files were altered
> for the fix and who altered the files- What Trouble tickets were fixed
> between say release x and y.These kind of queries should be easily
> possible using simple searches on the log files. Do you know of any
> particular programs or CGI scripts that can provide such
> reports?Thanks,MakanMakan Moosavipour
> Core Team Manager
> Logica Mobile Networks
> +353 1 8193400 (Ext. 3650)

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