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Re: Determining which files have changed from one set of tagged files to
Re: Determining which files have changed from one set of tagged files to another
Wed, 13 Mar 2002 15:03:50 -0800
While this thread is fresh, figured I'd ask about something I'm
currently working on.
Anyone know how to get output like :
cvs rdiff -s -r tag1 -r tag2 modulename
except with commit msgs for every revision that falls
between tag1 and tag2?
I could use the output of the above command and "cvs log"
to do this for me ( I just want this for info between releases,
it doesn't need to be quick :), has anyone done this?
I tried to get something like this out of cvs2cl, but I couldn't
find a way to get the output I've described.
On Wed, Mar 13, 2002 at 02:29:11PM -0500, Greg A. Woods wrote:
> [ On Wednesday, March 13, 2002 at 10:17:18 (-0500), John Lippiello wrote: ]
> > Subject: Determining which files have changed from one set of tagged files
> > to another
> > My company is trying out Linux and CVS. We will be storing a
> > number of text and binary files (thousands).
> > 1. What we would like to be able to do is query the repository
> > using 2 tags and get back, a list of files that have
> > changed between the 2 tags.
> cvs rdiff -r tag1 -r tag2 module > diffs.out
> > The main thing is we don't want to have to completely checkout
> > the two tags and do a huge difference on them.
> CVS is essentially doing that, into temporary files, anyway.... :-)
> Greg A. Woods
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