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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 21373] - Multiple packages in CvsTagDiff causes StringIndexOutOfBounds
Date Thu, 10 Jul 2003 16:41:25 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From rory@mungler.com  2003-07-10 16:41 -------
I just wanted to comment - i'm working on a project to automate our inhouse 
build process (for both full builds and patches) using xml description files of 
build packages, XSLTing them into Ant files, and then invoking them.  I had a 
nasty hack in place to find the module name for the CVS export commands I was 
executing from the output of the cvstagdiff.  After having put in the patch, 
and changing my xsl files to insert 'returnmodules="true" in the cvstagdiff 
task, it has made life MUCH easier and nicer, so I think this may be a feature 
others would find useful - certainly for me, its much easier to have all 
changes across multiple packages in one diff file, complete with the module 
name, as I can pass each line to the cvs export command directly.  

Doing it this way still allows the user to diff one package at a time, but also 
allows a diff over multiple packages.

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