|NAnt Help Task Reference <cvs-changelog>||v0.92|
Produces an XML report that represents the cvs changes from the given start day, to a given end date.
|end||datetime||The latest date to use in the cvs log command.||True|
|start||datetime||The earliest change to use in the cvs log command.||True|
|xmlfile||file||Name of the xml file that will contain the cvs log information.||True|
The cvs root variable has the following components:
If the cvsroot is not specified then the directory specified by the
|commandline||string||Command-line arguments for the program. The command line arguments are used to specify any cvs command options that are not available as attributes. These are appended after the command itself and are additive to whatever attributes are currently specified.||False|
|compressionlevel||int|| Compression level to use for all net traffic. This should be a value from 1-9.
|cvsfullpath||file||The full path to the cvs binary used. The cvs tasks will attempt to "guess" the location of your cvs binary based on your path. If the task is unable to resolve the location, or resolves it incorrectly this can be used to manually specify the path.||False|
|cvsrsh||file||The executable to use for ssh communication.||False|
|destination||directory||Destination directory for the local sandbox. If destination is not specified then the current directory is used.||False|
|failonerror||bool||Determines if task failure stops the build, or is just reported. The default is true.||False|
|if||bool||If true then the task will be executed; otherwise, skipped. The default is true.||False|
|module||string||The module to perform an operation on.||False|
|passfile||file||The full path to the cached password file. If not specified then the environment variables are used to try and locate the file.||False|
|password||string||Deprecated. The password for logging in to the repository.||False|
|quiet||bool||Indicates if the output from the cvs command should be supressed. The default is false.||False|
|readonly||bool||true if the sandbox files should be checked out in read only mode. The default is false.||False|
|readwrite||bool||true if the sandbox files should be checked out in read/write mode. The default is true.||False|
|reallyquiet||bool||Indicates if the output from the cvs command should be stopped. The default is false.||False|
|timeout||int||The maximum amount of time the application is allowed to execute, expressed in milliseconds. Defaults to no time-out.||False|
|unless||bool|| Opposite of
|verbose||bool||Determines whether the task should report detailed build log messages. The default is false.||False|
|managed||ManagedExecution||Specifies whether the external program should be treated as a managed application, possibly forcing it to be executed under the currently targeted version of the CLR.||False|
|useruntimeengine||bool||Deprecated. Specifies whether the external program is a managed application which should be executed using a runtime engine, if configured. The default is false.||False|
Represents a command-line argument.
When passed to an external application, the argument will be quoted when appropriate. This does not apply to the
line parameter, which is always passed as is.
|dir||directory||The value for a directory-based command-line argument; will be replaced with the absolute path of the directory.||False|
|file||file||The name of a file as a single command-line argument; will be replaced with the absolute filename of the file.||False|
|if||bool||Indicates if the argument should be passed to the external program. If true then the argument will be passed; otherwise, skipped. The default is true.||False|
|line||string||List of command-line arguments; will be passed to the executable as is.||False|
|path||<path>|| The value for a PATH-like command-line argument; you can use ||False|
|unless||bool||Indicates if the argument should not be passed to the external program. If false then the argument will be passed; otherwise, skipped. The default is false.||False|
|value||string||A single command-line argument; can contain space characters.||False|
A single command-line argument containing a space character.
<arg value="-l -a" />
Two separate command-line arguments.
<arg line="-l -a" />
A single command-line argument with the value
\dir;\dir2;\dir3 on DOS-based systems and
/dir:/dir2:/dir3 on Unix-like systems.
<arg path="/dir;/dir2:\dir3" />
Report changes in NAnt from 1st of June 2004 until 25th of July 2004.
<cvs-changelog destination="e:/test/nant/sourcecontrol/" cvsroot=":pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/nant" module="nant" start="2004/06/01" end="2004/07/25" xmlfile="e:/test/nant/sourcecontrol/changelog-nant.xml" />