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Re: History in CVS

From: Todd Denniston
Subject: Re: History in CVS
Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 09:17:45 -0500
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Pierre Asselin wrote:
Randall <address@hidden> wrote:

How does an administrator review what has changed in the last day?
week? month?
Everything in the TortoiseCVS is at the file level.
Oh oh... All right,, otherwise the
cvs2cl won't be very useful.

Also, (IIRC) if you are using a TortoiseCVS which contains a version of CVSNT with you can get (IIRC) similar output to the red-bean perl version of cvs2cl.

As an administrator doing work from Microsoft <*shivers*> you would probably be doing yourself a favor to make sure you have a full version of CVSNT installed on your machine so you can do all of the cvs command line calls you need to do administration, else you need to do much of the admin directly on your (I assume) Unix server.

This is just to help you visualize the contents of one sandbox,
though.  To summarize recent commits you really need to run "cvs
log" and process its output through a filter, the handiest of which
is the cvs2cl mentioned above.

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