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Re: diagram of branches

From: Russ Sherk
Subject: Re: diagram of branches
Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 07:56:55 -0400

On 22 Sep 2005 03:44:47 -0700, wiggers <address@hidden> wrote:
> Thanks for the quick reply Spiro. Actually I have come across CvsGraph,
> and was frustrated by the fact it only shows picture for single file. I
> really want a picture for whole repository. So we can see at a glance
> what branches exist in a project and which branches are being worked on
> etc... As I understand it, CvsGraph does not really do this for you.
> Any other ideas?

Nope.  This was covered not to long ago but I can't find the thread. 
There are (to my knowlege) no free cvs graphing tools that will
display a graph of the entire repository.  WinCVS has file graphing
functionality built in (right click on file and choose graph).

Basically, the best route is to take the oldest file that is still in
use for each separate module and graph it.  This will give the most
complete picture but you have to ignore all the file version numbers.

You may be able to prune down the version numbers by explicitly
stating the tag names to be graphed.


> Many thanks,
> Wiggers.
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