[cvsnt] Any way to compare or retrieve files from the start of abranch?
fabien.lyon at isismpp.fr
Fri Apr 4 09:46:52 BST 2008
you can use this command: cvs status -v fliename
you ll get an output listing like that:
cvs -z9 -q status -v makefile
File: makefile Status: Up-to-date
Working revision: 1.1
Repository revision: 1.1 /Repository/.../applis/makefile,v
Expansion option: kv
Commit Identifier: (none)
Sticky Tag: (none)
Sticky Date: (none)
Sticky Options: kv
Merge From: (none)
VERSION_7_02_07 (revision: 1.1)
VERSION_7_02_03_PATCH1 (revision: 1.1)
BR_V7_02_03_PATCH (branch: 1.1.44)
The revision of the branch here 1.1.44 is formed by the revision file where
the branch start (here 1.1) with a number (here 44). You can write a
macro or awk pgm to
extract all the version file where the branch tag start : Its the branch
revision where you discard the last digit.
De : cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org [mailto:cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org]De la part
de Eric B.
Envoye : jeudi 3 avril 2008 22:42
A : cvsnt at cvsnt.org
Objet : [cvsnt] Any way to compare or retrieve files from the start of
Is there anyway in CVS to retrieve all files that comprised the start of a
I've got a branch that I've been working on for quite some time, but we need
to see what files have changed since the branch was created a few months
ago. Unfortunately, we didn't tag parent prior to creating the branch, so
is there any way to get back to the start of that branch?
I thought I might be able to revert my sandbox based on the date the branch
was created, but I can't seem to find that information anywhere in the log
information either. Is there anything else I can do?
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