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How do I get a barebone stripped off list of files changed between 2 bui
How do I get a barebone stripped off list of files changed between 2 builds?
Tue, 12 Jul 2005 12:58:12 -0700
I'm trying to get a stripped down list of files modified and committed
between 2 builds or a build and my working folder in CVS. I would just like
to see the path/filename only. Compare it to a list received from the
developers to verify we're in synch, do the build and deliver their
corresponding .class files.
Many of the CVS commands (log, tag, history, diff, etc) generate way more
than I need. Do I need to write scripts that parse out what I need? Is
there a cvs command to do this so I can avoid scripting?
For instance I did the following command:
cvs history -ac -D yesterday >cvsHist1.txt
And this is yet the closest I've got to what I needed.
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