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What's in repository

From: vincerice
Subject: What's in repository
Date: Tue, 20 Feb 2001 17:09:13 -0000
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I've browsed both the Cederqvist and the the Fogel book, and I didn't 
see anything related to this, although I don't really know what "it" 
would be called, so I may have looked in the wrong place.

Is there a way to:
1.  "Browse" the repository, i.e. the equivalent of doing a "ls" of a 
source directory?  Sometimes we don't remember the exact spelling, 
etc. of a file, and we don't really want to have to checkout the 
entire module just to get it.
2.  Checkout a wildcarded set of files?  I know the shell normally 
handles this, but this is another instance where we want to get out 
five or six files that all start with the same string, etc., and we 
currently have to get each of the individually, which is time-



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