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Re: using cvs log like cvs log -d "24 hours ago"

From: Pradeep . K
Subject: Re: using cvs log like cvs log -d "24 hours ago"
Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2005 17:58:53 +0530

Hi Surya,
"24 hours ago" is a time constraint, not a tag.
If u can tell me what error u get maybe(as i am a newbie too) i can help .

Pradeep Kumar T

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                    27-01-05 05:08                                              

Hi pradeep
you said that cvs log -S -d "24 hours ago <" fine
I need samll qurey can you tell me that "24hours ago" is name of the tag
what you want to go for log or  that is time constraint ..

I have Treind this but i am not able to get that .. giving some error..
Thanks in advance .

----- Original Message -----
From: <address@hidden>
To: <address@hidden>
Sent: Thursday, January 27, 2005 3:05 PM
Subject: Re: using cvs log like cvs log -d "24 hours ago"

> Hi,
> cvs log -S -d "24 hours ago <"
> works fine for me. It gave me the log of changes made 24 hours ago on the
> CVS repository.
> Thank you
> Pradeep Kumar T
>                     Todd Denniston
>                     <address@hidden       To:
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>                     Sent by:                        Subject:     Re:
cvs log like cvs log -d "24 hours ago"
>                     address@hidden
>                     il
>                     25-01-05 09:02 PM
> address@hidden wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> > i need to get the CVS log entries for entries made in the last 24
> > i tried
> > using cvs log like cvs log -d "24 hours ago"
> > it doesnt work.
> > Any alternative?
> >
> cvs log does not work as I expect, but it can be made to give what you
> want.
> try
> cvs log -S -d "24 hours ago <"
> the -S "Do not print name/header if no revisions selected."
> and the < indicates I want changes after the specified date, and we leave
> the up to date unspecified so cvs fills it in with NOW.
> cvs log --help
> is a little confusing, I had to go to an old email I answered to get this
> trick.
>         -d dates        A semicolon-separated list of dates
>                         (D1<D2 for range, D for latest before).
> perhaps a better output would be
>         -d dates        A semicolon-separated list of dates, or
>                         D1<D2 for a date range, or D< for changes since
> or
>                         D Select the single, latest revision dated D or
> earlier.
> > Thanks and Regards.
> > Pradeep Kumar T
> >
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