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Show uuid of a specific version of a remote file


Paul Tucker (613) | asked Sep 10 '14, 9:19 a.m.
 
Is there any way to show the UUID of a specific version of a remote file from the command line in scm ?

Using a list remotefiles only seems to show the UUID of the most recent version of the files.

I want to get the UUID of a specific version of a remote file ?

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Tim Mok (6.6k38) | answered Sep 10 '14, 1:17 p.m.
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You can use 'scm -u y show history -v' on the file. The '-u y' option will display the UUID. The '-v' option will show all the changes in the change sets listed. You'll be able to see your file in each change set's changes and the item UUID and state UUID will be displayed.

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