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VSS Log with comments included

VSS Log with comments included

VSS Log with comments included


We are using VSS version 6.0 Build 8163.

During incremental builds we would like to have a log of the files that are fetched with their comments included in the log.

We need this because in the comments there are the TR numbers. By looking at the log we will see the name of the file pulled and the associated TR numbers.

Is there a way to do this with VSS version 6.0?

Also I should maybe start another thread, but how can we use the From Date and To Date on the command line?

If I want to get the files that have changed since a particular date to another date what will be the switch to use on the command line ?

For example right now the command line I use in my batch process is:

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\VSS\win32\ss" GET %F_MASTER% -GCK -NL -R -I-Y -W -GLx:\ -y%F_USER% -O@X:\FetchLog\%1.log

Thank you in advance for your help,

Dominique G. Schneider

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