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From: Cameron, Steve
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Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2001 15:24:58 -0500

Annette Waters wrote:
> I would like to know what cvs command will tell me what files are
> between my branch and the current head.

Ilya Martynov responded:
> cvs rdiff -r BRANCH -r HEAD MODULE

Using "-s"...
cvs rdiff -s -r BRANCH -r HEAD MODULE

will give a closer approximation 
to a list of files that changed, 
instead of the actual diffs,
as I think that's what was wanted.

Also, be aware using HEAD with "cvs diff" 
(as opposed to "cvs rdiff") will take HEAD
to mean the tip of the current branch rather
than the tip of the trunk.

-- steve

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