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Re: files modified in a branch

From: Dennis Jones
Subject: Re: files modified in a branch
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2007 16:16:57 GMT

"FP" <address@hidden> wrote in message 
> Thank you for your kind reply.
> Stuart Cooper ha scritto:
>>> I'd like to know which files were modified in a branch since it's
>>> creation.... is it possible with a single command ?
>> Good branch creation policy is to tag the project before a branch is 
>> created.
> Yes, I always do this.
>> If your project has done that, you can
>> $ cvs diff -r name_of_that_tag
>> from within a checked out, up to date branch
> I haven't tried yet but I need to have one more information: since I have 
> merged from trunk and committed, the diff command will list also the files 
> not modified in the branch but in the trunk and merged....
> If, let's say, I merged from trunk at DAY01 (I may have also a tag but I'm 
> not sure), is it possible to do a diff from "name_of_that_tag" to DAY01 - 
> 1 ?
> If yes, how ?

A "cvs -H diff" tells you how -- use two -r switches.  Two -r switches will 
tell you the difference between any two reivions of any file/tag.  For 

cvs di -r name_of_that_tag -r DAY01

- Dennis 

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