cvs-options] history [
Display the information stored in the history file in the repository’s
CVSROOT directory. If that
file does not exist or is not writable, the
history command fails with an error.
CVS writes to the history file during
update, and release operations.
Standard subcommand options:
-p options for
cvs history act differently
than their normal uses in CVS.
Show history data for all users. By default, CVS shows only the data for the calling user.
Show data that is more recent than the newest record that contains the given string in the module name, filename, or repository path.
Report only commits—times when the repository was modified (equivalent to
Report on every record type. This option is equivalent to
-xwith every type specified.
Show data for the specified file. This option can be repeated to show data for multiple files.
Show only the most recent commit to the repository.
Show data for a particular module. CVS checks the modules file in the repository’s CVSROOT directory and then searches the history file for files and directories that belong to the module.
-m, but search only the history file for the specified module name.
Report on records of checkouts (equivalent to
Show records for a particular project directory. This option can be repeated ...