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Re: seeking perl with cvs examples?

From: Alexander Taler
Subject: Re: seeking perl with cvs examples?
Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2004 16:25:34 -0400

Hi, which Perl modules are you referring to?

If it's the LibCVS Perl modules (VCS::LibCVS::*), they are
probably not what you want for this purpose.  They are for
developing CVS clients.  The only code in there that would help
you is for comparing the revision numbers.

Also, don't forget to consider branches when you decide what
constitutes "dropping down"  eg. how to handle 1.8 ->


>>>>> "Phillip" == Phillip Rhodes <address@hidden> writes:
  Phillip> To: address@hidden
  Phillip> Subject: seeking perl with cvs examples?
  Phillip> Date: Thu, 29 Apr 2004 17:10:00 -0400 (EDT)

  Phillip> I am writing a taginfo script in perl that will make sure that the
  Phillip> tagging of the QA or PROD tag does not cause the revision to drop
  Phillip> down.  For example, tagging "QA" should not cause QA to be moved
  Phillip> from revision 1.5 to revision 1.4

  Phillip> The QA or PROD tags will always move up in revision number...

  Phillip> I have downloaded the perl Cvs modules, but kind of at a loss on how
  Phillip> to proceed and hoping that someone has an example in perl that I can
  Phillip> start with.

  Phillip> Thank you.  Phillip Rhodes

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