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Re: cvs query

From: Alexander Taler
Subject: Re: cvs query
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2005 09:37:54 -0400

>>>>> "Hridyesh" == Hridyesh Pant <address@hidden> writes:
  Hridyesh> Hi I need to generate a log of files, which are changed in most
  Hridyesh> number of times between two dates.  Is there any cvs command which
  Hridyesh> can give me the list of files (descending or ascending order) which
  Hridyesh> are most number of times changed between two dates?  Please help me

Hi, if you want to do this often, and need to write a custom
script, LibCVS may be able to help you.  Or for a one shot
solution, you could try and parse the output of the cvs log
command, which takes date options.  Read the cvs info pages.


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