[cvsnt] Re: How to list all files of my repository with a particular tag ?
m.landrain at wanadoo.fr
Mon Aug 2 08:53:36 BST 2004
I've just tried that syntax before send this message, but it doesn't accept
It's says me a syntax error like below :
cvs -q log -S -rv_20040723-01
log: invalid option -- S
Usage: cvs log [-lRhtNb] [-r[revisions]] [-d dates] [-s states]
-l Local directory only, no recursion.
-R Only print name of RCS file.
-h Only print header.
-t Only print header and descriptive text.
-N Do not list tags.
-b Only list revisions on the default branch.
-r[revisions] Specify revision(s)s to list.
rev1:rev2 Between rev1 and rev2, including rev1 and rev2.
rev1::rev2 Between rev1 and rev2, excluding rev1 and rev2.
rev: rev and following revisions on the same branch.
rev:: After rev on the same branch.
:rev rev and previous revisions on the same branch.
::rev Before rev on the same branch.
rev Just rev.
branch All revisions on the branch.
branch. The last revision on the branch.
-d dates Specify dates (D1<D2 for range, D for latest before).
-s states Only list revisions with specified states.
-w[logins] Only list revisions checked in by
*****CVS exited normally with code 1*****
Any idea ?
"Glen Starrett" <grstarrett at cox.net> a écrit dans le message news:
cej7up$36d$1 at paris.nodomain.org...
> Michel Landrain wrote:
> > I want to list all files of my repository with a particular tag
> > To do that, i'm using the following command :
> > cvs -z9 log -ru_20040721
> > u_20040721 is the tag I want to list.
> > When I run that command, all files of the repository are listed with
> > tags. Not only the tag requested.
> With a little experimentation and some help from "cvs -H log", I've
> figured out that you can use -S to get your results. Use -q to suppress
> all the warnings for files without that tag.
> cvs -q log -S -rtesttag
> Glen Starrett
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