|Date:||Thu, 03 Jan 2002 14:47:49 -0700|
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I've recently taken over a CVS project from a former employee. I'm new to CVS administration and I didn't set this project up, so I'm not exactly sure what the intended plan was. Anyhow, I have a branch created for the release 'GA-Release'. The code wasn't labeled when the release CDs were burned, but I know the exact time the code was checked out for the release build. Other fixes have been made since the release to files on the branch, along with many changes to the trunk.
I need to build a patch with the files that have been modified on the branch since the release date. What I need is a way to tell exactly which files have been changed on the branch since the date. I'm trying to use rdiff to get a list of the changed files, but I'm not sure this will work. Instead of changes from tag to tag or date to date I need changes from tag _and_ date to tag--obviously too many options for rdiff.
Is there a simpler way to do what I'm attempting? Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance, -Carl
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