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VCP::Filter::addlabels(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation VCP::Filter::addlabels(3)
 

VCP::Filter::addlabels - Add labels to each revision

  ## From the command line:
   vcp <source> addlabels: "rev_$rev_id" "change_$change_id" -- <dest>
  ## In a .vcp file:
    AddLabels:
            rev_$rev_id
            change_$change_id
            # ... etc ...

Used when you want to track the original rev_id, change_id, branch_id, etc. each revision had in the source repository by adding a label. Can be used to turn any piece of metadata in to a label.
Note that the fields
    source_name, source_filebranch_id, source_branch_id,
    source_rev_id, source_change_id
are set by VCP to be the same value as the corresponding fields without the source prefix (except source_filebranch_id, which is built from the file name, rooted in the repository, and for cvs repositories, the branch number in angle brackets.) These source_* fields (intended to be immutable in vcp) should be used to make labels rather than their mutable equivalents which may be changed via a vcp filter.
There is no way to add labels only to selected revisions at this time, but if you try to add a label for metadata that is undefined or empty, it will not be added.

Barrie Slaymaker <barries@slaysys.com>

Copyright (c) 2000, 2001, 2002 Perforce Software, Inc. All rights reserved.
See VCP::License ("vcp help license") for the terms of use.
2004-11-04 perl v5.28.1

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