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Show mutation status for files in a comparison of snapshots.


Sofus Albertsen (47914) | asked Apr 25 '13, 6:09 a.m.
edited Apr 25 '13, 6:09 a.m.
I want to get a list of all the changesets, and their file mutation status.
The closest thing i've come to is this cli command:
./lscm compare -I dcbsfw -r rtc snapshot "V2.01" snapshot "V1.3"
which gives me this:

Outgoing Changes
  Component (1043) "AppB"
    (1054) Sofus Albertsen <sofus.albertsen@some.dk> V1.1 2013/03/23
      /AppB/src/dk
      /AppB/src/dk/df
      /AppB/src/dk/df/appB
      /AppB/src/dk/df/appB/AppB.java
    (1055) Sofus Albertsen <sofus.albertsen@some.dk> added new files 2013/04/23
      /AppB/src/dk/df/appB/AppB2.java
      /AppB/src/dk/df/appB/AppB3.java
    (1056) Sofus Albertsen <sofus.albertsen@some.dk> 436: wi20 - WI20 2013/04/23
      /AppB/src/dk/df/appB/AppB.java


The problem here is that i cannot see what has happened to the files in a changeset like deleted, modified, created etc.

How can i do that?
I don't need to see what has happened with the file, but just like this:
comparison of 2 snapshots in web

Regards
Sofus Albertsen

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Shashikant Padur (4.0k27) | answered Apr 28 '13, 11:22 p.m.
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edited Apr 28 '13, 11:23 p.m.
This is currently not possible with the compare command and there is a workitem open to address this issue. https://jazz.net/jazz/resource/itemName/com.ibm.team.workitem.WorkItem/180926

As a workaround, you could list the changes of the changeset using the "list changes" command which displays the status of each change.
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Sofus Albertsen commented Apr 30 '13, 3:03 a.m.

I can see that the WI is triaged, and there are others wanting the same functionality, so hopefully it'll get implemented.
Thanks for pointing out the WI.

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