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Re: Log & Keywords

From: Rohan Nandode
Subject: Re: Log & Keywords
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 2004 18:15:29 +0530
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may be cvs status command is what you looking for.


Sjur Vestli wrote:
Dear All,

CVS does keyword subsitution ($Revision$, $State$, etc.). With the cvs "log"
command I can extract the complete "state" of a particular file, including
its current revision, state, etc. etc. in a rather verbose format.

Is there a simple way of doing a "log" (or whatever) so that I get as ouput
(only) the
 current revision (e.g. "1.4")
 current state (e.g. "Exp")

Kind regards

Sjur J. Vestli

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