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Re: cvs log and date ranges

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: cvs log and date ranges
Date: Wed, 30 May 2001 17:32:21 -0400 (EDT)

Zachary M. Smith writes:
> I am trying to use 'cvs log' to show me the log entries for files
> that changed between two dates.  So, for example, I run the following
> command:
> cvs log -d'05/29/2001 03:01>05/29/2001 12:06'
> which I would expect to show me the logs for all the files changed between
> 3:01am and 12:06pm on May 29.

Actually, that should show you the log messages after 12:06pm and before
3:01am (local time) on May 29 -- you want "<", not ">".  Note that it
always shows the headers for all of the files, but limits the log
messages to just those in the range you specify.

> Now, what I'd really like to do is pass log to tags and find the differences
> between those, but I have not seen any info on how to do that so i'm trying
> to make due with dates.

        cvs log -rtag1:tag2

-Larry Jones

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