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Re: find commits of a user

From: David Tyler
Subject: Re: find commits of a user
Date: Tue, 10 Oct 2006 07:24:27 -0600

Providing you have history enabled, the "cvs history" command should be
able to provide you with a list of changes.  Something along the

cvs history -c -D <Date prior to bad checkin> -u <User ID> 

With date in a cvs recognizable form such as "2006-09-30"

- Dave

>>> Tobias Wagner <address@hidden> 10/10/2006 04:16 AM >>>
Hi Pierre,
thanks for your answer.

>> Someone checked in bullshit and now I need to find out where :-(
> If the bullshit hasn't yet been corrected,
>     cvs annotate bad_file

Yes, but the problem is, that I don't know which files. I need to 
determine the files, where he checked stuff in. And then I can use 
annotate to find out what exactly he has done.

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