[cvsnt] CVSNT 2.5.01 #1976 - 'cvs history' problems - 'No records selected'

Thomas Singer cvsnt at smartcvs.com
Thu Aug 18 14:26:25 BST 2005


> The directory is there but not the filename, which is supposed to be after the 1.2..

You are right, I just was looking for the "smartcvs-tori"...

> The directory is there but not the filename, which is supposed to be after the 1.2... there's an interesting bit of code that only matches on the filename unless you put a '/' in your match.

Hmm, most likely this was the reason we made SmartCVS send the trailing slash.

> There's also the -p option to match the path specifically.. however that then misses the filename! 

Sounds interest (where the help is a little bit misleading "-p <repos> 
In repository (repeatable)"). Unfortunately it crashs CVSNT, too.

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Best regards,
Thomas Singer
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Tony Hoyle schrieb:
> Thomas Singer wrote:
> 
>> The record from 1976 looks in my example like this (see my initial 
>> posting on this thread):
>>
>>> M43008711|(null)|tom|localhost|smartcvs-tori/src/smartcvs/main/src/de/regnis/smartcvs/action/command/refreshmetainfo|1.2 
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> There should not be a problem regarding the path, because it is 
>> contained. Even if it were not contained, at least I could live 
>> without these "dodgy" entries.
>>
> The directory is there but not the filename, which is supposed to be 
> after the 1.2... there's an interesting bit of code that only matches on 
> the filename unless you put a '/' in your match.
> 
> There's also the -p option to match the path specifically.. however that 
> then misses the filename!
> 
> Tony



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