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how to view history in Tortoise CVS

 
Lok Manick
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Hi guys,

I wonder if i could get list of all files checked in at the same time(same revision id) in Tortoise CVS???
I am sure we could do that in tortoise SVN... can anyone let me know if i can see a list of all files with same revision id in CVS.
(though CVS allows me to see history for the individual files, i am not interested in it)
Hope i made my point clear.
 
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Common guys... any thoughts...
 
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Lok,
First of all, not everyone has even seen your post for 24 hours due to differences in timezones. There is no purpose in bumping your post.

CVS does not have a commit of a revision number across files like SVN does. You can sometimes see files with the same commit comment. (Eclipse calls this a commit set.) It's not the same thing as SVN's though.
 
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http://www.red-bean.com/cvs2cl/ is a tool that tries to provide the information you are looking for. I don't know of a way to do it with Tortoise, though.
 
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Sorry for that Jeanne..
How to view the comment set in eclipse.. i couldn't find in eclipse(3.4) under team menu.
 
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Originally posted by Lok Manick:
How to view the comment set in eclipse.. i couldn't find in eclipse(3.4) under team menu.

It's in the team perspective. The exact location varies for different versions of Eclipse. This help file shows it in an earlier version of Eclipse. If you search for 'commit set' in the help of your Eclipse, it will show you the exact location.
 
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