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Re: Newbie Wants to Print List of Tagged Files

From: David Taylor
Subject: Re: Newbie Wants to Print List of Tagged Files
Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2001 16:02:24 -0700

"cvs log -r" returns all revisions for files without the tag. Recent
threads discussing "cvs log -r"  start at:

One way to get a report similar to what you want is:

cvs -q co -r mytag2
cvs -q status | grep 'Repository revision:'


Gary Farmer wrote:

> I am just learning CVS.  I have created a repository and
> put some files into it.  I have associated tags "mytag"
> and "mytag2" with various versions of some files.  I would
> like to print a list of the filenames and revision numbers,
> but cannot figure out how.
> The manual seems to indicate the "log" command can to
> something like what I want.  If I execute "cvs log",
> it prints all the information about all the files in
> the repository.  The manual indicates I can use the
> "-r" option to print information about files with
> specific tags.  However, when I execute "cvs log -rmytag2",
> it still prints out information on all the files, even
> those without tag "mytag2".  What I would really like
> is just a list of the (filename, revision number) pairs
> with the specified tag.  For example:
>   dir1/file1  1.1
>   dir1/file2  1.3
>   dir2/filex  2.1
> How can I get this?
> Thanks in advance,
> Gary Farmer
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