The "finfo" command:
Print the complete change history for a single file going backwards in time. The default mode is -l.
For the -l|--log mode: If "-b|--brief" is specified one line per revision is printed, otherwise the full comment is printed. The "-n|--limit N" and "--offset P" options limits the output to the first N changes after skipping P changes.
The -i mode will print various facts about FILENAME, including its hash and the check-in and time when the current version of the file was created. Use -v for additional information. Add the -r VERSION option to see similar information about the same file for the check-in specified by VERSION.
In the -s mode prints the status as <status> <revision>. This is a quick status and does not check for up-to-date-ness of the file.
In the -p mode, there's an optional flag "-r|--revision REVISION". The specified version (or the latest checked-out version) is printed to stdout. The -p mode is another form of the "cat" command.
- Display a brief (one line / revision) summary
- --case-sensitive B
- Enable or disable case-sensitive filenames. B is a boolean: "yes", "no", "true", "false", etc.
- Print the artifact ID
- Select log mode (the default)
- -n|--limit N
- Display the first N changes (default unlimited). N less than 0 means no limit.
- --offset P
- Skip P changes
- Select print mode
- -r|--revision R
- Print the given revision (or ckout, if none is given) to stdout (only in print mode)
- Select status mode (print a status indicator for FILE)
- On the -i option, show all check-ins that use the file, not just the earliest check-in
- -W|--width N
- Width of lines (default is to auto-detect). Must be more than 22 or else 0 to indicate no limit.