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Re: Is the group still alive

From: Vince Rice
Subject: Re: Is the group still alive
Date: Fri, 22 Dec 2000 14:04:01 -0800 (PST)

Interesting.  I actually don't get the messages via
email, but check them every couple of days on egroups.
 The last message displayed there is from 12/11.

Yes, I did a poor job of wording my question.  I know
how to find the diffs on an individual file, I am
looking for a way to see what files have changed since
a particular date (actually I would *really* like to
see what files have changed since a particular tag).


--- "David H. Thornley" <address@hidden>
> address@hidden wrote:
> > 
> > There haven't been any messages in almost two
> weeks -- is anyone
> > still here?
> > 
> Yup.  The volume has not been high, but there have
> been at least
> several messages a day.  (Usually, I restrict my
> replies to the
> info-cvs address only; since you do not seem to be
> getting these
> messages right now, I'm including you in the
> header.)
> > In case there is <g>, is it possible to see what
> has changed in a
> > project/module *since* a certain date?  Things can
> be checked out *as
> > of* a certain date, but I really want to see the
> opposite -- what has
> > been committed since a date, or what has been
> committed since a Tag.
> > 
> If you mean what changes have been made in a file
> since a certain
> date, I'd use
> cvs diff -D 2000-01-01 -D now -u foo.C
> to see the changes since the beginning of the year
> (the -u is
> because I like the unidiff format, and has nothing
> to do with
> selecting a period of time).
> If you're asking for a list of the actual checkins
> in a period
> of time, I'd do a "cvs log" and look for the
> appropriate changes
> myself (i.e., "vgrep" the log).
> -- 
> David H. Thornley                          Software
> Engineer
> at CES International, Inc.:  address@hidden
> or (763)-694-2556
> at home: (612)-623-0552 or address@hidden or

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