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Re: Is this possible? <More Info>

From: Don Weeks
Subject: Re: Is this possible? <More Info>
Date: Tue, 04 Dec 2001 19:44:05 -0600

At 07:17 PM 12/4/2001 -0600, Don Weeks wrote:
Here is what I need to be able to do. (As background, I am used to ClearCase and have not had much experience with CVS.) I need to capture the filename and user name for each file committed to a repository so that later, I can use this data to tag exactly that file version later. This is how I have maintained build baselines in the past and track exactly which files were added. I know I can script against commitinfo but it looks like I will not get enough info on the file to go back and tag it later.

A little more info -- What I would be doing is applying an rtag to files in the repository. Then I would checkout these files plus those from the previous baseline to create a new baseline. I would then build these files. These files that get rtagged would be those files approved for this build and not necessarily the latest versions checked in.

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