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Re: CVS Reporting

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: CVS Reporting
Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2001 14:09:26 -0500 (EST)

Guy Scharf writes:
> address@hidden (Larry Jones) wrote:
> > 
> > A good starting point would be (for example):
> > 
> >      cvs log -d'2001-01-01<2001-12-12' .
> Thanks.  That is a good start.  I added -N and got close to what I want.
> However, I find this is listing all files, including those whose only 
> change is the addition of a tag.  I am interested only in files with new 
> revisions.

Actually, it lists *all* files, even those with no changes at all.  I
can't think of any way to get just files with new revisions.  You might
be able to use diff --brief to get a list of files that have changed
between the two dates, but you'll miss any files that have new revisions
but ended up back where they started (for example, one change may have
undone a previous change).

-Larry Jones

I like maxims that don't encourage behavior modification. -- Calvin

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