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Re: How to Create Report of Updated Files

From: Philip Lijnzaad
Subject: Re: How to Create Report of Updated Files
Date: 19 Oct 2001 10:55:30 +0100

> The 'cvs update' command will update all files to match the current 
> versions in the repository.  Is there a way to get a report of what 
> update would do, without actually performing the update?  I'd like to 
> see a list of what cvs is going to do before actually doing it.

cvs -n up 

This is actually the standard way to find out which of your files are out of
date or locally modified. 

(many cvs commands will take a global '-n' option that actually shows what
would be done, but not do it). 

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