|Subject:||RE: CVS Log|
|Date:||Mon, 29 Sep 2008 13:28:02 -0700|
I tried both of the commands below, as you mentioned, in a project which hasn't had any activity for a long time, therefore, shouldn't have generated a report at all but to my amazement, it did!
cvs log -d"2008-05-01<2008-09-26"
I also realized that there shouldn't be any space between -d and its ARG, and the ARG should be in double quotes or CVS will complain.
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> Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2008 20:07:51 -0400
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> Subject: Re: CVS Log
> Res Pons writes:
> > I'm testing right now and run the command below to give me a short log
> > since yesterday but the entire log or history spews out:
> > c:\myworkingfoler\project1>cvs log -d 2008-09-25
> That's because you're not using -d correctly -- the above gives you the
> most recent log entry on *or before* 2008-09-25. To get the log *since*
> that date, you need:
> c:\myworkingfoler\project1>cvs log -d '2008-09-25<'
> To get 1-May to 26-Sep, you'd use:
> c:\myworkingfoler\project1>cvs log -d '2008-05-01<2008-09-26'
> Larry Jones
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