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Re: cvs log problem
Re: cvs log problem
Thu, 11 Sep 2003 08:04:18 -0600
Sorry to spam everyone. After a detailed investigation I found the log message
works correctly using cvs 1.11.5, but I also found that I cannot use log to
identify all changes between two tags. I am trying to identify All changes by
using -- cvs log -rus-1-0-9-78::us-1-0-9-80 -- I have determined that cvs lists
all modifications between the two tags, but will not list additions or
deletions. It appears that a file must have both tags or it is ignored.
I guess that it makes sense -- it is hard to list what is between if you only
have one end.
Does anyone know how to identify ALL changes between two tags?
I just upgraded by windows system from CVSNT 2.0.4(?) to cvs 1.11.5 and the log
appears to be working correctly now. I will do some more detail checking, but
it looks good.
I am seeing some of the same problems. There are times it seems to work, and
other times I just get the root directory files.
Is there a way of getting the latest version for a window's cvs client without
downloading the source and building it from scratch? I believe it is my CVSNT
client that could be some of the problem.
Thanks for your help,
>>> <address@hidden> 09/10/03 12:14PM >>>
Ralph Jocham writes:
> When I add the -S option I only get the files I
> modified listed, which is good. However, I also only
> get those in the root directory of the module (i.e.
> not in the subdirectories), which is bad.
There is nothing in the -S option that prevents recursion -- if you're
not seeing any files in subdirectories, it's because there aren't any
selected revisions in any of them. Run the command without the -S and
see what "selected revisions:" is for those files. If it's not zero and
you still don't see those files when you add -S, try upgrading to the
latest release of CVS (1.11.6) on both the client and the server. If
that still doesn't help, let us know.
What's the matter? Don't you trust your own kid?! -- Calvin
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