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RE: last log entry

From: Schwenk, Jeanie
Subject: RE: last log entry
Date: Thu, 12 Dec 2002 10:11:24 -0800


log was yielding way too much data even with the flags available I could
find no way to get a small amount of information - the last log entry being
the most important.


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Subject: Re: last log entry

Schwenk, Jeanie writes:
> I'm running CVS 1.11.1p1 (client/server) on HP-UX 11.0.  I really need to
> find a way to get the last log entry for every file.  rlog does not seem
> be working.  What's wrong with this:  
>    cvs rlog
>    cvs rlog: cannot find module `' - ignored
> But the file is in the directory where I ran this command.  I can "cvs log
>" and get tons of output.  I read in a past posting that
> is an alias for log but I'm not seeing that behavior here.  

rlog hasn't been an alias of log for a long time.  Now, it's a
completely separate command that works directly on the repository
(like rdiff and rtag) rather than requiring a working directory.  Thus,
it takes module names rather than local file names like log does.  Why
were you trying to use rlog rather than log?

-Larry Jones

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