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Re: Viewing a list of projects

From: Robert Thorpe
Subject: Re: Viewing a list of projects
Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2001 11:32:02 -0000

This doesn't work because they don't have entries in the module 
file.  It seems to be a very simple thing to do that CVS makes very 
difficult, however:

cvs history -a

Gives me all the information I need to know.  This is a list of the 
history of the modules in the the repository.  In the future however it 
will inevitably become quite a long file.
Is there any plans to introduce a command to do this more directly?

On 3 Dec 2001, at 13:56, Larry Jones wrote:

> Robert Thorpe writes:
> > 
> > My company has a CVS server with several(5) projects on it, in 
> > order to access them I must be able to name them, I can't always 
> > remember the name, In particular I can't remember which words 
> > begin with capitals and which don't.  Is there a way to list all the 
> > projects in the repository?
> If they have entries in the modules file, you can use "cvs co -c".
> -Larry Jones
> TIME?!  I just finished the first problem! -- Calvin

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