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From "Loehr, Ruel" <rlo...@pointserve.com>
Subject using cvstagdiff with a branch
Date Thu, 26 Apr 2007 14:42:28 GMT
I'm using cruisecontrol as my nightly build system and have recently
setup some branch build.  I use the cvstagdiff to gather a list of
changes.    However, I am currently getting changes from both the head
and the branch.

 

The attributes form the manual are:

 

startTag  - The earliest tag from which diffs are to be included in the
report. exactly one of the two. 

startDate - The earliest date from which diffs are to be included in the
report.  accepts all formats accepted by the cvs command for -D
date_spec arguments 

 

endTag  - The latest tag from which diffs are to be included in the
report. exactly one of the two. 

endDate - The latest date from which diffs are to be included in the
report.accepts all formats accepted by the cvs command for -D date_spec
arguments 

 

I feel like the combo I really need is:

1)  startDate

2)  endDate

3)  and branch (which would be an optional attribute)

 

Has anyone ever used this with a branch?    Does the optional branch
attribute sound appealing?  It's something that I could patch......

 

 

Ruel Loehr

Configuration Management

 

Pointserve, Inc.

110 Wild Basin Road

Suite 300

Austin, Texas 78746

O: 512.617.5314

F: 512.617.0466

 


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