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Re: Info about tags

From: Nick Patavalis
Subject: Re: Info about tags
Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2002 19:31:40 +0300
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On Thu, Oct 24, 2002 at 09:24:41AM -0700, Johnson, Susan wrote:
> Nick, I would need a tool like that too. People have
> pointed me to winCVS (windows tools) but I really
> want a command-line-based output.

Looking arround I found a very interesting little perl program. I's
called "cvs-exp", its written by Sitaram Iyer <address@hidden>,
and can be found at:

It's not very sophisticated (you cannot actually "query" about the
global repository status), but it does produce a tree like the one I
was looking for. See for example the output of a test-run at one of my

  $ arm-linux 2> /dev/null
  |- [VANILLA_ARM] <9241 files>
  |  |- R2_4_5_RMK2_NP1 <9198 files>
  |  `- R2_4_5_RMK7_NP1 <9231 files>
  |- clean_arm <9241 files>
  |- DECON_20010719 <9243 files>
  |- PRE_MODEMCTL_PATCH <9243 files>
  |- POST_MODEMCTL_PATCH <9243 files>
  |- POST_MODEMCTL_PATCH1 <9243 files>
  `- LATEST_KERNELS_EXP <9258 files>

Nice huh?


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somebody know what his email-address is? I'm so nice it makes you
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