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How to list changesets in baseline not already accepted

Benny Simonsen (131) | asked Jun 30 '16, 10:39 a.m.
edited Jun 30 '16, 10:44 a.m. by David Lafreniere (4.8k7)

If I have a workspace with some changes accepted from a stream and others are not accepted.
Some changes in a baseline are accepted, others are not.

From scm status I can see the incomming baseline, but I can't see any of the changes
in the baseline as incomming changes.

If I run scm list changeset -r <repository> -b <baseline alias> -C <component alias>
then I get all changesets in the baseline.
Can that be limited to view only the changes that I have not already accepted?

I know that scm history shows the changes that I have accepted, and I can extract which I have not accepted by the difference of those two commands, but I think there should be a scm command that can show it directly.


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David Lafreniere (4.8k7) | answered Jun 30 '16, 10:57 a.m.
You can use the --xbaseline or -B command line option to show the change sets under the baseline when using the 'scm show status' command.

In the following screenshot, There was a CS2 under the baseline that I already accepted, and it's correctly showing only CS1 that I still need to accept.

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