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Script to generate changelists
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absmiths
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Jul 22, 2004, 04:26 PM
 
I have a command I can run 'p4 describe @#' which will give me a dump like this:

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Changelist # by brad Affected Files: //whatever.java ...
And I need to create it for a whole range of numbers from say 100 - 200, each going into a separate file. Is there an easy way to do this? I am comfortable with the shell, but not good at loops or perl.
     
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Jul 23, 2004, 12:45 PM
 
I just reread this and it's funny how much it sounds like homework!

Anyway, my problem was that I didn't know how to make a loop run along a sequence of numbers, rather than iterating over files in a directory. I did this and it worked:

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#!/usr/bin/perl # BUILD THE CLASSPATH WITH A REFERENCE TO EVERY JAR IN THE LIB DIR for ($x = 1759; $x < 1872; $x++) { print "p4 describe -s $x > p4_desribe_$x\n"; `p4 describe -s $x > p4_desribe_$x\n`; }
Obviously I changed my numeric range from 100-200 to 1759-1871, and I redirected all output to files with the change number in the name. That allowed my to grep through all the files and look for entries I was interested in.

In case anyone wants to know, my original problem was to identify files in a version control system (perforce) which had changed after a certain date - but only the ones in a particular project.

I had to do this because I forgot to label the release and was trying to separate two projects.

Adios.
     
   
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