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Re: what to use to see merged files?

From: Mark D. Baushke
Subject: Re: what to use to see merged files?
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2003 12:30:31 -0800

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Phil Labonte <address@hidden> writes:

> I want to know if there is a windows app that will let me see visually
> which files have been merged together...

cvs does not maintain that information.

> I have tried Tortoise, smartcvs, lincvs and wincvs all of them have a
> revision graph but they do not show in the graph which to files have
> been merged.
> For instance... I have a file called filt.txt and I make 2 revisions
> so main is revision 1.3, from the 1.3 revision I branch of to
> then I make two revisions off the brached version and say I am now at

Well, cvs branches actually have even numbers, so and
> Now that I am done and I merge the version back into the main
> brach 1.3 to end up with 1.4. If  I do the revision graph I do not see
> a link from 1.3 to Is there a way to see it?

No, that information is not available in the cvs repository.

        -- Mark
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