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Re: cvs tags

From: J.V.
Subject: Re: cvs tags
Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2011 15:46:47 -0700
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I have no files checked out.  So cannot do that.

Also I have no clue as to any file in the repo at the moment and no idea what path may exist.

Any other ideas?  Why is such a fundamental feature simply not there?

Am I the only person in the software development ecosphere that has ever asked this question?

On 11/16/2011 3:28 PM, Larry Jones wrote:
J.V. writes:
How do I see tags in the cvs repo without installing other software
(like Eclipse).
In a working directory, you can use ``cvs status -v file'' to see the
tags in that file and they're labeled as to whether they're revision
tags or branch tags.

If you don't have the code checked out yet, you can use ``cvs rlog -h
path/file'' to get the info, but you have to figure out for yourself
which are revision tags and which are branch tags. The rule of thumb is
that branches have an odd number of non-zero components, revisions have
an even number.

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