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On Tue, 9 Sep 2003 10:07:04 +0000 (UTC), "Oliver Giesen" <ogware at gmx.net> wrote: >It seems that (r)log -S (aka "suppress header information when no >revisions are selected") does not work when used in combination with -h >(aka "Only print header") or -R (aka "Only print name of RCS file"). >You get all the "Selected revisions: 0" records back as well. This works... cvs -d /usr/local/cvs rlog -S -h -r1.52 cvsnt ..correctly produces only files with a revision 1.52 The -R option bypasses all the checks, which seems to be the way it was written, although 1.11.2 has implemented it, and it doesn't look too hard. >Likewise combining -N ("Do not list tags") and -r (i.e. filter by tag) >also lists all revisions regardless of whether they carry the >filtered-by tag or not. This works too... cvs -d /usr/local/cvs rlog -S -N -r1.52 cvsnt >Does anyone know if the Cyclic CVS also (mis)behaves like this? >From my limited testing, yes, they behave identically, except for the -R option. Neither version of cvs really supports symbolic tags with the -r option.. they throw up a lot of warnings. cvsnt treats the errors differently (which leads to a slight difference in output). I'll make them behave the same in the next release. Tony