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Re: How many versions?

From: Mark
Subject: Re: How many versions?
Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2003 07:42:03 -0700 (PDT)

--- Mark <address@hidden> wrote:
> Given 2 revisions of a single file. How can a script find out if other
> revisions exist between them.
> revision examples for this question:
> 1.12 and  -- have no revisions between them
> 1.12 and  -- do have revisons between them
> 1.13 and 1.14      -- have no revisions between them
> 1.13 and 1.15      -- do have revisons between them
> I want to be able to script this test/check without having the script have to
> understand/parse the CVS revision/branch numbering scheme. (the first
> revision
> number in the comparison is not known, just the CVS tag for it is, but the
> second number only the revision number is known).
> Is there a rdiff or rlog (etc...) call that can be setup/parsed to easlier
> tell
> a script if there are revisions between tag CVS_TAG_01 and revision
> of
> file

Note that the revisions being compared will not be the same (ie. CVS_TAG_01
will never be



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