[cvsnt] Several questions on cvs usage

Chuck Kirschman Chuck.Kirschman at Nosp_am.bentley.com
Thu Jul 19 03:05:34 BST 2007

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"cvs -nq up" is what i use to find all locally modified.  Occasionally I 
   use it with a regex like

cvs -nq up | findstr /ir /c:"^[MARC]"

depending on what I am doing.


Gerhard Fiedler wrote:
> Tom wrote:
>>Thanks for your help.
>>I just found that it uses command: cvs editors
> Note that with this command you don't see which files are modified in your
> sandbox. You see which files have been marked for editing, in any sandbox.
> Both Tortoise and WinCvs use some mechanism to detect which files are
> actually modified in the sandbox. Probably they compare the file date with
> the one stored in the CVS directory, but I'm not sure.
> Gerhard

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