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'cvs log -rBRANCH' output includes newly created files?

From: Teala Spitzbarth
Subject: 'cvs log -rBRANCH' output includes newly created files?
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 18:39:01 -0700

When I examined all the addional files more closely - they are all 
newly created files from today - (they just weren't all created at 1.1).
So it seems that the log -rBRANCHNAME gets deleted *and* newly created 
files for some reason?


-----Original Message-----
From: Teala Spitzbarth 
Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2001 5:23 PM
To: Teala Spitzbarth; David Taylor; address@hidden
Subject: no actually non-branch deltas show up in 'cvs log -rBRANCH'

I thought the attic files accounted for it, but I've just 
run a full "cvs log -rBRANCHNAME" on our tree, with a perl script to
out the 'dead' files - and we still get something like 30-40
files that have been modified today, and are *not* on the branch, but
get listed as selected revisions. I.e. see output for files like
They aren't attic files and they are not on the branch! Some of the
are initial submissions, but not all, none of them appear to have
on the branch in addition to the changes on Main. Why these files get
with the -r flag to log is a mystery to me.... so now I'm using perl to
strip out
any log output that doesn't have a branch revision, and can finally
get something meaningful for our change lists.

If anyone knows why I would still be interested for posterity -
though I have an adequate work around for now.



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