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Re: parsing rcs file ? (branches)

From: Ronald Petty
Subject: Re: parsing rcs file ? (branches)
Date: 08 Apr 2003 16:16:27 -0500

Actually this is to replace cvsweb.  Cvsweb is not easy to integrate and
uses rlog to parse RCS files, which fails sometimes (google, and in
practice).  Cvsweb is also in Perl and one big script which is not very
easy to change for personal needs (beside color,repositories,etc), and
there is no real security.

However as my question hopefully shows, this is a complete parser not
just calling rlog like cvsweb.  This will allow you to parse any RCS
file using php.  And since I have the algorithm written, I can port
easily to other languages/platforms.


On Tue, 2003-04-08 at 14:57, Sherzod Ruzmetov wrote:
> You may be trying to reinvent the wheel, I'm afraid (or luckily?)
> Check out
> sherzod
>  :Hello again :)
>  :
>  :I am about to start parsing rcs files (cvs) so I can make my webpage
>  :list the revisions and you click on a certain one and it is created and
>  :shown.  However I believe I have figured it out for one branch (the main
>  :branch in this case).  I assume there is no conflicts since I am using
>  :the repository, just a guess here.  If I click a file that has a merge
>  :between branches in the past how do I build up my file?  Do I follow all
>  :branches forwards until my file is recreated for the selected revision? 
>  :I suppose as long as I do this in order it will be ok?  Am I
>  :correct/wrong?
>  :
>  :Thanks
>  :Ron
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