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Re: CVS Reporting

From: Rob Helmer
Subject: Re: CVS Reporting
Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2001 11:10:14 -0800
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Hello Guy,

I use cvs2cl ( CVS to Change Log ) to produce readable reports
from cvs log output, not sure if it addresses your concern
about extraneous info being passed over the connection, but
it may at least save you from taking the time to write awk
scripts ( cvs2cl is PERL ).

Rob Helmer

On Fri, Nov 30, 2001 at 05:36:12PM +0000, Guy Scharf wrote:
> address@hidden (Larry Jones) wrote:
> > Guy Scharf writes:
> >> 
> >> I need to produce a report of all files in a repository updated
> >> within some date range.  I want the report to include any log
> >> comments on changes made during that period.
> > 
> > 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.
> I could just pipe the results into an awk script to isolate the 
> revisions.  However, I am having to make this report over an internet 
> connection and would prefer to avoid the extraneous volume.  Is there a 
> way to select just files with new revisions?
> Guy
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