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Anonymous



I am new to cvs and jcvs. Pls. forgive me if my question is stupid.
Is there any way where I can retrieve the latest program list tagged with a
(logical/not) tag, say TAGDDMMYYYY, from the cvs repository?
I just want to get the listing of all programs tagged.

Any sample code??
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Use "-r rev" to checkout a specific revision.
Use "-D date" to checkout a specific time.
Use "cvs -H co" using the command line cvs for help.
Or visit www.cvshome.org for more details.
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I have the same question, and I don't believe the answer offered actually addresses the users question.

The question, my question at least, is how do you get a list of tags for a given project? I understand how to check out a project using a specific tag name, but what if I want to give a user a list of tags to choose from to checkout with?

Right now I'm trying to use the 'rlog' command (and then parse the response to collect all the different tags encountered), but that isn't going so well.

thanks,
Andrew
Anonymous



I was never able to get the rlog command working, but I was able to use log on a file that I knew ahead of time had been in the repository since it's creation. I then parse the text in response.stdOut to get the list of tags used in the repository.

my command spec looks like this:
:log:n:EAF:d:

Cheers,
Andrew
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From what I read, the user was asking a question about a CVS command, not the specific jCVS implementation of that command. This is why I deferred to the CVS User Manual at www.cvshome.org.
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