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RE: Has anyone done some awk/Perl/Ruby magic to get a nice branch histor
RE: Has anyone done some awk/Perl/Ruby magic to get a nice branch history?
Mon, 28 Oct 2002 13:25:18 -0500
Thanks to all those who replied. I ended up writing some Ruby classes
to wrap cvs-exp - http://www.cs.rice.edu/~ssiyer/code/cvs-exp/ - to
produce a decent branch history:
Click on any of the "Recent commits" links to see an example...
> -----Original Message-----
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> On Behalf Of Tom Copeland
> Sent: Friday, September 27, 2002 10:14 AM
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> Subject: Has anyone done some awk/Perl/Ruby magic to get a
> nice branch history?
> This has been brought up here before, but the archives don't show any
> nice solutions.
> I'm just trying to get this info:
for a branch.
For example, we've got a relatively new branch called final_assessment
and I'd like to see all the commits that have been done for the past 3
days on that branch. cvs history doesn't seem to have a branch option -
just tags and revision numbers. Now we enter the land o' dragons. I
can use 'cvs rdiff' to get a list of files modified on the branch. Then
I can use 'cvs history' to filter those out by date - except I can't,
because then I'll get some additional history entries that happened on
the HEAD. Maybe if I fed 'cvs rlog' thru awk...
If anyone's made progress towards doing something like this, please
share your experiences....
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