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Re: cvs scripts

From: Greg Henley
Subject: Re: cvs scripts
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2000 11:00:09 -0600 (CST)

Sorry, in my previous message I should have pasted directly from my
alias file instead of typing on the fly.  With csh/tcsh it should have
the "|&" as shown below so that stderr also gets piped through.
Otherwise, the directory names and filenames don't necessarily appear
in correct order.

cvs status . |& egrep "(status|Status)" |& egrep -v "Up-to-date"

Greg H.

>>>>> On Wed, 13 Dec 2000 10:43:09 -0600 (CST),
>>>>> "Greg" == Greg Henley <address@hidden> said:

    Greg> I find the following very useful (under Unix) and set it up
    Greg> as an alias "cvschanges" to show me only the files which are
    Greg> not up to date

    Greg> cvs status . | egrep "(status|Status)" | egrep -v "Up-to-date"

>>>>> On Tue, 12 Dec 2000 19:31:59 -0500,
>>>>> "ari" == "ari gold" <address@hidden> said:

    ari> you know how 'cvs status <filename>' returns a bunch of
    ari> info regarding that file?  is there any way to get just the
    ari> specific information that you want?  for example, i get info
    ari> on 7 fields.  is there a way to just get info on 'Status:'?
    ari> maybe by making some sort of low level cvs system call? hmm..

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