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RE: history output to file

From: Jerry Nairn
Subject: RE: history output to file
Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2002 15:06:58 -0800

> From: Jones, Steve [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Friday, January 11, 2002 12:22 PM

> i have tried this command in the WinCVS Admin\Command Line 
> dialog. however,

Steve Greenland said to try it at the Command Prompt. That's not the same
thing as the command line dialog. It's quite possible that the redirection
of output using ">" isn't supported in that dialog.

> i get the following message after i run it, and i can not 
> find the file
> anywhere on my hard drive.
> cvs history -c -a -D 01/10/2002 > hist.txt
> No records selected.
> (if i run the same command without " > hist.txt", then i get 
> information on
> the screen.)

So try the Command Prompt. Really.

Steve Greenland said:
> Drop to the command line (aka DOS Prompt, aka Command Prompt), and run
> your history command from there. (WinCVS includes the command line
> cvs client.) You will need to set your HOME and CVSROOT environment
> variables to whatever you've set them to in WinCVS.

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