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Re: cvs log - related

From: Mark D. Baushke
Subject: Re: cvs log - related
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2009 09:45:05 -0800

Hi Satheesh,

Satheesh <address@hidden> writes:

> I have added a new java file to the repository. And there are no
> revisions to it so far.
> When I view the "cvs log", the log report is fetching the file but says
> "date: 2008/12/31 06:00:51;  author: amit;  state: Exp;  lines: +0 -0"
> But I have added with 130 lines. Why the log is not showing "+130 -0"
> in its report.
> Am I missing any options in the cvs log command.
> I used "cvs log -d date1<=date2" > logfile.log
> Please suggest on this issue.

You don't really give much information here.

However, if you did a CVS import of your first revision of the file,
then revision 1.1 will have a date without any 'lines:' information. It
is considered the baseline revision.

However, the imported revision will have a 'lines: +0 -0'
indicating that there are no differences between it and the revision 1.1
of the file.

You have not provided sufficient information for anyone to tell you what
you do or do not have in your repository, but that is my best guess for
what you are doing to yourself.

In future, you may wish to consider providing the output of

  'cvs version'

information as well as both the 'revision 1.*' and 'date:' line output.

        Good luck,
        -- Mark

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