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CVS2HTML(1)						       Debian user's manual						       CVS2HTML(1)

NAME
cvs2html - render a CVS commit log in HTML SYNOPSIS
cvs2html [-a[-b][-k]] [-n numdif] [-l/-L home] [-e] [-f] [-d MMM DD [YYYY]] [-D DD] [-i image]] [-h] [-v] [-w framewidth] [-s percentage] [-N maxchrono] [-rrev1:rev2] [-c|-C cfilename] -O | -o htmlname [-p cvspath] [-v verbosity] DESCRIPTION
The cvs2html script fetches the commit log for a CVS module and renders it in HTML. -a Generate additional fields and files containing differences between versions in an xdiff-like side by side manner. -b Use spaces as breakpoints to wrap the text, if -a is specified. This is used to stop the two columns from exceeding the total width. -c | -C filename Save a chronologically sorted list of all log entries in html format in filename. Use -C to reverse-sort the file. -d MMM DD [YYYY] Omit all log messages prior to the given date. The first three letters of the month should be used (eg Jun 5). The year is optional. -D DD Omit all log messages older than DD days. -e Print log messages in courier (non-proportional) font. -f Generate individual log files for each file when using -o. -h Show help -i image Make image the background image. -k Ignore changes in lines caused by CVS-keyword substitutions when -a is specified. -l home Make links relative to home. -L home Make links relative to home, but substitute file extensions with .html. -n numdiff Output only the latest numdiff diffs in the log. Older commits will only have the log data displayed. -N maxchrono Show only the latest maxchrono file changes in the chronological list of changes. -o output If output is a directory, all html files produced are stored there, using the name of the repository as the base filename. Other- wise, output is used as the base name. Generate frames for easier browsing. -O output If output is a directory, all html files produced are stored there, using the name of the repository as the base filename. Other- wise, output is used as the base name. -P cvspath Set the cvs path to cvspath. -rrev1:rev2 Show only the log messages between rev1, and rev2. If a file isn't tagged, then the whole revision story of the file is shown. -s percentage Make the width of the left frame, percentage of the window. -v Insert CVSROOT information in the index. -V verbosity Set the verbosity. The higher verbosity is, the more output is printed out. -w framewidth Make the width of the left frame, framewidth pixels. EXAMPLE
cvs2html -l http://cvs.sslug.dk/linuxbog -f -p \ -o cvs2html/index.html -v -a -b -n 6 -C chrono.html Will create a directory called cvs2html directory. This directory will contain a log data file, for every file in the repository. The last 6 commits to every file will have a diff available. All links will be relative to http://cvs.sslug.dk/linuxbog. It will also create a file with all the log data in it, in chronological order. AUTHORS
The cvs2html script was written by Peter Toft and others (see the comments in /usr/bin/cvs2html for an exhaustive list). This manual page was written by Antti-Juhani Kaijanaho for Debian GNU, and modified by Pascal Hakim. SEE ALSO
The file /usr/share/doc/cvs2html/help.txt. The source code to cvs2html, in /usr/bin/cvs2html. cvs(1) Debian Project 1999-12-10 CVS2HTML(1)

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CVSSUCK(1)						      General Commands Manual							CVSSUCK(1)

NAME
cvssuck - inefficient cvs repository grabber using cvs command SYNOPSIS
cvssuck [-h] [-b] [-s] [-v] [-D debug-option,...] cvsroot [-o output-directory|-O output-base] [-l lock-directory|-L lock-base] module ... DESCRIPTION
CVSsuck is a mirroring tool for cvs repositories. Unlike other tools such as CVSup or rsync, it uses cvs command to access the repository. So, it works well with remote repositories without a special server or shell account. However it is inefficient and not perfect because cvs client/server protocol is not designed for mirroring. If a server provides special way to grab a repository, you shouldn't use CVS- suck. OPTIONS
-h prints help message. -b makes CVSsuck to traverse directories in breadth first. CVSsuck traverses directory in depth first by default. -s specifies skeleton mode. In this mode, CVSsuck grabs only first revision of the trunk, 1.1, branchpoints, head of branches and tagged revisions. Note that first two (first revision of the trunk and 1.1) is identical in usual case. -v makes CVSsuck verbosely. This is same as `-D command,attic,leavetmp'. -D debug-option,... specifies debug options. Available debug options are listed by `cvssuck -h'. -o output-directory specifies the directory to store grabbed repository. A remote RCS file module/dir/file,v in cvsroot will be stored in output-direc- tory/dir/file,v. -O output-base specifies the base directory to store grabbed repository. A remote RCS file module/dir/file,v in cvsroot will be stored in output- base/module/dir/file,v. -o and -O is exclusive. The last specified before module is effective. By default, CVSsuck behaves as that current directory is specified with -O. -l lock-directory specifies the directory of CVS style lock. -L lock-base specifies the base directory of CVS style lock. -l and -L is exclusive. A lock directory should be specified after an output directory. The last specified before module after an output directory is effective. By default, CVSsuck assumes a lock directory is same as output directory. EXAMPLES
% cvssuck :pserver:anonymous@cvs.m17n.org:/cvs/cvs cvssuck grabs the module cvssuck in the repository :pserver:anonymous@cvs.m17n.org:/cvs/cvs into the directory cvssuck. % cvssuck :pserver:anonymous@cvs.m17n.org:/cvs/cvs cvssuck cvs-info grabs the modules cvssuck and cvs-info. % cvssuck :pserver:anonymous@cvs.m17n.org:/cvs/cvs -O $HOME/.cvsroot cvssuck grabs the module cvssuck into $HOME/.cvsroot/cvssuck. % cvssuck :pserver:anonymous@cvs.m17n.org:/cvs/cvs -O $HOME/.cvsroot -L $HOME/.cvslock cvssuck grabs the module cvssuck into $HOME/.cvsroot/cvssuck with the lock directory $HOME/.cvslock/cvssuck. % cvssuck :pserver:anonymous@cvs.m17n.org:/cvs/cvs -o $HOME/.cvsroot/cvs/suck cvssuck grabs the module cvssuck into $HOME/.cvsroot/cvs/suck. % cvssuck -s :pserver:anonymous@cvs.m17n.org:/cvs/cvs cvssuck grabs needy revisions (skeleton) of the module cvssuck. SEE ALSO
http://cvs.m17n.org/~akr/cvssuck/ cvs(1), rcs(1), cvsup(1), rsync(1) AUTHORS
Tanaka Akira <akr@m17n.org>. BUGS
It's inefficient. It's not perfect because revisions stated as `dead' cannot be retrieved. However it is not observable until the state is changed by `cvs admin -s'. 25 September 2000 CVSSUCK(1)
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