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Re: Communicating through the VC tool

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-02 20:59:28 CEST

On Fri, 2004-04-02 at 12:53, andy.glew@amd.com wrote:
> An example of why I want the ability to
> see all branches from the trunk:
> Here's my traditional CVS usage model:
> (1) I check out a module (subtree) from the trunk.
> (2) I ask myself "who's working on this module?".
> I run cvs log | cvs2cl.pl

In Subversion, you would

  (1) checkout a project's 'trunk': 'svn co trunkURL'
  (2) run 'svn ls -v branchURL' where branchURL is the 'branches'
subdirectory of the same project.

Voila, you can see which task branches exist and are still being worked
on. The ones that are finished have presumably been deleted already.
If you want to see specific commits to a project's task-branches, then
run 'svn log -v branchURL'.

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