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CVS question

On Fri, Aug 05, 2005 at 11:38:57AM -0400, Jerry Feldman wrote:
> I've been trying to use CVS to identify files that were checked in on a 
> specific day and check the logs.
> cvs log -d<date>
> Should give that to me, but it tends to give me a list of files that were 
> checked in when I checked in the initial branch. 
> I've also tried to identify them by revision numbers. 

Sounds like you need the -S option.

The -d (and -r, -s, and -w) options limit which checkin log messages
you'll see; the -S option suppresses listing any files that don't have
revisions selected by those options.


> (I have a list of the specific files I want, I just don't want to have to 
> type the very long paths.
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