|Subject:||commited files question|
|Date:||Tue, 13 May 2003 09:02:23 -0500|
As part of our overnight build process, we tag everything in a particular branch prior to actual checkout. These tags are of the form e.g. DEV_3_2_1_223 (where DEV_3_2_1 is the branch name, and 223 is the overnight build number) - these tags are retained for 20 days before being deleted.
If I wanted to determine which files have been updated between two builds (say 221 and 223), what would be the best way:
I figured "cvs log -r DEV_3_2_1_221:DEV_3_2_1_223" - which I'm running (very slowly) now.
Any better ways ? I'm not looking for actual diffs, just the files that were changed.
Urgent responses most appreciated :-)
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