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CVS can keep a history log that tracks each use of most CVS
commands. You can use
history to display this information in
To enable logging, the `LogHistory' config option must be set to some value other than the empty string and the history file specified by the `HistoryLogPath' option must be writable by all users who may run the CVS executable (see section The CVSROOT/config configuration file).
To enable the
history command, logging must be enabled as above and
the `HistorySearchPath' config option (see section The CVSROOT/config configuration file) must be set to
specify some number of the history logs created thereby and these files must
be readable by each user who might run the
Creating a repository via the
cvs init command will enable logging of
all possible events to a single history log file
(`$CVSROOT/CVSROOT/history') with read and write permissions for all
users (see section Creating a repository).
history uses `-f', `-l',
`-n', and `-p' in ways that conflict with the
normal use inside CVS (see section Common command options).
|A.13.1 history options|
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