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Re: matching a tag to a branch

From: Jim Perrier
Subject: Re: matching a tag to a branch
Date: Fri, 2 Mar 2012 07:37:00 -0500
User-agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:10.0.2) Gecko/20120216 Thunderbird/10.0.2

Here is a sample of what's returned. I've cut out many of the entries between "revisions with a zero as the second last character". The tag was actually applied against DSC_5_0_R1.

cvs log -hr:DSC_5_0_I112 | more
cvs log: Logging tpapps

RCS file: /swdev/tagcvs/tpapps/.IBUILD,v
Working file: tpapps/.IBUILD
head: 1.771
locks: strict
access list:
symbolic names:
        DSC_4_0_I834: 1.649.2.68
        DSC50LINUX: 1.739.0.2
        DSC_5_0_I80: 1.739
        DSC_4_0_I717: 1.649.
        DSC50SANDBOX: 1.699.0.2
        DSC_5_0_I40: 1.699
        DSC_4_0_I800: 1.649.2.34
        DSC40R3: 1.649.
        DSC_5_0_I36: 1.695
        DSC_4_0_R1-00: 1.623.
        DSC40R1: 1.623.
        DSC_4_0_I666: 1.640

On 3/2/2012 7:09 AM, Arthur Barrett wrote:

If you use the command I sent, you should just see the branch(es) that
tag is on.



-----Original Message-----
org] On Behalf Of Jim Perrier
Sent: Thursday, 1 March 2012 12:11 AM
To: cvs-user-list
Subject: Re: matching a tag to a branch

Sorry about the direct reply. You're right about the zero as
the second
character. The only problem is that it returns all the branches, not
just the one ABC_1_0_I333 was created on. My search for the correct
wheel continues.


On 2/22/2012 7:29 PM, Arthur Barrett wrote:
Hi Jim,
Please send questions to the group, not direct to me.
My idea was not so much to use a GUI tool, as in use the
code that the
GUI tool uses.  The point of open source software is to
reuse the code...
I tested this on CVSNT 2.8:
cvs log -hr:ABC_1_0_I333
If you search the output for revisions with a zero as the
second last
character, you'll get the branches that ABC_1_0_I333 is on.

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