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On 7/26/04 21:27:36, zhuyunchuan wrote: > While using 'cvs remove', the file would be removed from local dir and > set 'dead' in the repo. If I want to know which file had been removed, > what should I do? I got curious and tried to do that, which yielded some odd results... "cvs ls [module]" seems to list all files, including the ones that have been removed -- but without a possibility to distinguish between removed files and files that are still active, at least not that I could tell. But it is possible to restrict the output to a single directory. "cvs history" seems to allow filtering to show only removed files, but I couldn't restrict the output to the data in a specific module. "cvs history -x R -l" (only removed files, and only last entry for each file) shows me seemingly all removed files in my repository. But adding the -n [module] option always gives me the result "No records selected". The -w option also doesn't seem to work: in a directory that doesn't have any removed files, it has the same result as the -n option, but in a directory that does have some, it shows all removed files from the whole repository. There must be something I'm doing wrong. Gerhard