[cvsnt] How to use cvs history??

Glen Starrett grstarrett at cox.net
Sun Jul 13 23:41:24 BST 2003

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I've used the following before:

cvs -d :sspi:server:/test hi -ae

But I'm not a heavy history user--I haven't noticed anything missing, it
dumps all records for the entire repository, I think.  I have not been
successful in getting history -m Module to work, but I haven't defined any
in the cvsroot of that repository yet which could be the modules it's
looking for??

Hope this helps.

Glen Starrett
glen.starrett at honeywell.com
Senior Systems Architect, Tools & Technology
Project Operations, Honeywell IC

> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org]On Behalf
> Of Bo Berglund
> Sent: Saturday, July 12, 2003 10:23 PM
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> Subject: [cvsnt] How to use cvs history??
> I have tried so many variations on the history command and not
> succeeded so I now give up and post this request for help...
> I simply want to use the cvs history command to get a list of all
> activity that is recorded in the history file for a given module.
> Specifically I want to see this for *all* users.
> Can someone please post a working command line that will list for
> example all checkouts and all commits on a particular module for all
> users?
> /Bo Berglund
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