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Re: How do you work out "automatically" the set of branches and the late
Re: How do you work out "automatically" the set of branches and the latest version of each branch within a CVS project ?
Thu, 25 Oct 2001 20:45:51 +0300
Sometimes it does happen that there are individual files branched/tagged,
and you have to descend into Attic as well (where branches certainly are).
I have a script, it gets a recursive dirlist from given path and performs
and rcs command "rlog" per each file in dir and makes uniq of all the output.
But the CVSweb is a solution, though it is not obvious how it does that
just by glimpsing into the script.
----- Original Message -----
> (substitute a random existing file for README) to list all the tags
> and branches *on that one file*. It's generally a bad idea to branch
> individual files, so hopefully the list applies to the entire project.
> Without a sandbox, I think you need a shell account on the machine
> that holds the repository. You do a plain RCS "rlog README,v" and
> extract the branch list form the output.
> To the list: does cvsweb provide a solution to James' problem?
> Pierre Asselin
> Westminster, Colorado