[cvsnt] finding checked in files

Gerhard Fiedler lists at connectionbrazil.com
Wed Jan 3 12:29:11 GMT 2007

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Gabriel Genellina wrote:

>>What is the cvs command to do the following:
>>   find all files checked in by all users since a specific date 
>> (e.g. last night)? The command should list the file name (along 
>> with directory name), user who checked in the file and the cvs 
>> comments by the user.

> - Or, use this command, but you'll have to parse its output:
> cvs rlog -d "2006/12/29<now" -S -N ModuleName

You may want to try

  cvs -q rlog -d "2006/12/29<now" -S -N ModuleName

The global option -q suppresses the list of all the directories that don't
have any matching files.


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