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Re: Find All Commits After a Given Date

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: Find All Commits After a Given Date
Date: Thu, 29 May 2008 12:02:14 -0400 (EDT)

Jake Colman writes:
> I placed a tag, lets call it "PRERELEASE", on a branch named "PR_5_1".
> Additional commits were made to that branch after it was tagged.  I need
> to move the "PRERELEASE" tag for those committed files so that the
> latest revision is the one that carries the tag.
> What command (some form of "cvs log", I assume) will allow me to
> identify the files that need to fixed?

You can identify the files with:

        cvs rdiff -s -rPRERELEASE -rPR_5_1 module

But why bother?  Why not just move the tag (which will also identify the
affected files):

        cvs tag -F -rPR_5_1 PRERELEASE

-- Larry Jones

Mr. Subtlety drives home another point. -- Calvin

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