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CVS: find changeset for a file

From: sandeepk1611
Subject: CVS: find changeset for a file
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2011 14:26:25 -0800 (PST)


I am doing some research with CVS logs. I used the cvs rlog command to get
the revision information for the CVS files in a module. I was wondering
whether there is some way I can also know, for each revision, how many other
files were modified along with the current file. 

For example, 

Currently a sample rlog -N command output looks like this, 

head: 1.33
locks: strict
access list:
keyword substitution: o
total revisions: 35;    selected revisions: 2
revision 1.30
date:date1;  author: author1;  state: Exp;  lines: +2 -2;
revision 1.29
date: date2;  author: author2;  state: Exp;  lines: +1 -1;

I was wondering if for each revision, I can also get information, 

Changeset: ###(some number)

If I cannot get it directly by rlog command, is there any other command by
which I can get this information? 

Any help will be be very useful. 

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