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  • This will also print the path to file which is not included in the other examples. Show Sample Output


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    cvs -Q status | perl -ne 'print if m/^File.+Status: (?!Up-to-date)/ .. m/^=/;'
    dexterp · 2011-12-07 00:33:49 0

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