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Re: Using log to list files of a tag

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: Using log to list files of a tag
Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2005 14:21:43 -0400 (EDT)

Aaron Jackson writes:
> I'm trying to use rlog to get the history of a group of files included in 
> one tag. I want to be able to see all of the other tags that this file is 
> assigned to as well. Using the output below as an example, lets say I'm 
> looking for a_project_2 in the log. The output should be as below with all 
> files belonging to the tag a_project_2. Right now when I run the log I get 
> all files including those that do not belong to a_project_2. I've been 
> browsing the man pages and the syntax I understood was as in the command 
> below.
> command:
>    cvs log -ra_project_2 a.project

-r only specifies what revision messages to print, it does not affect
what headers are printed.  You need to add the -S flag to suppress the
headers of files with no revisions selected.

-Larry Jones

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