|Re: CVS Fulle History [message #536679 is a reply to message #536673]
||Sat, 29 May 2010 17:56
| Stanimir Stamenkov
Registered: July 2009
Sat, 29 May 2010 20:13:30 +0300, /Stanimir Stamenkov/:|
> Sat, 29 May 2010 01:21:38 -0400, /Miles Parker/:
>> Is there any way to view history for a whole project or module from any
>> of the Team CVS views?
> I'm not aware of such way, currently.
I've found the following enhancement request:
"CVS History View for module not file"
However it is resolved as won't fix. It mentions a CVS Change Log
I've now remembered I've used it long ago (I have really not used
CVS in a day job, even more for personal use, since more than 2
>> Failing that, can anyone share the best way to get this information for
>> Eclipse project CVS modeules? I don't mind dealing with console and text
>> results if I have to but a GUI solution would be nice. Basically, I just
>> wnat to go through my logs and find out the changes I've made -- all I
>> need is the number and description. (Seems like it would be easy to do!)
> There's CVSps - Patchsets for CVS  utility which should generate what
> you want. I would love to see a pre-compiled version of it working on
> Windows without Cygwin.
> I wonder, if Eclipse is able to generate such change sets information in
> the Synchronize view, why it is not using for the purpose of viewing
> module/directory history - may it would be too slow?
You may checkout a copy of your project at its very first
revision/date, manually remove the sticky tags from the Entries
files in the CVS directories then issue a Synchronize with
Repository - Show Change Set information and you would get pretty
much the history of the module.
>  http://www.cobite.com/cvsps/
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