cvs diff the most current and second last current version
Is there a way to do a cvs diff between the most current and second last current version of a file without specifying a version number?
i.e. Assume the most current version is N.
How to do a diff between N and (N - 1)?
This does not work:
# cvs diff -r LATEST file
# cvs [diff aborted]: no such tag LATEST
Not as far as I know. The keyword HEAD is used to mean the latest version of a file because it refers to the main branch and when a branch is checked out by branch name, you get the last version on the branch. But there isn't a way to refer to versions relatively.
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