crls - list CRs
crls [-uuser | -wuser] [-sstate] [-rsymbolic_name] [-ddate] [-ffile]
[-T[SVANDC]] [-x] [-A] [CR ...]
List CRs. Different formats of the list may be produced. By default,
the format which shows the CR name and CR title is used. The option -T
is used to define the output format. Other options are used for
selecting of CRs or CR versions. If no CR is specified, then all CRs
are listed that match specified options.
Names of Change Requests, the specification can include
wildcards, for example *cr*.
Lists the latest file versions that the user is owner of. If the
user is omitted, the current user is taken.
Lists the file versions the user is owner of. If the user is
omitted, the current user is taken.
Lists CRs with the status state. The default value for the state
Lists CRs with the name symbolic_name.
Print information about CRs which versions have a checkin
date/time in the ranges given by the semicolon-separated list of
dates. A range of the form d1<d2 or d2>d1 selects the versions
that were deposited between d1 and d2 inclusive. A range of the
form <d or d> selects all versions dated d or earlier. A range of
the form d< or >d selects all versions dated d or later. A range
of the form d selects the single, latest version dated d or
earlier. The date/time strings d, d1, and d2 are in the free
format explained in co(1). Quoting is normally necessary,
especially for < and >. Note that the separator is a semicolon.
Lists CRs that include File: file specification.
Define the output format. The following keys are defined:
S List CR State
V List CR Version Number
A List CR Responsible
N List CR Symbolic name (if defined)
D List CR Version Date
C List CR Title
Any combination of these keys may be used. If only -T is
specified (without key), only the CR name is listed.
-x If the argument list is too long, and errors are got from the
shell, use -x option to list the CRs.
-A The CRs in all systems should be printed. The CRs in the current
system are printed first. The option -A can be specified, or the
environment variable SDE_CRSEARCH can be set to ALL. The
environment variable SDE_CRSEARCH_FILE points to a file with all
systems listed. The syntax of SDE_CRSEARCH_FILE is (showed with
The CR directory is placed in $SDE_SYSTEM/master/.../$SDE_SYSCONF/cr.
The environment variable SDE_CRSEARCH can be set to ALL, to search all
The SDE_CRSEARCH_FILE environment variable points to a file with all
crls -s -w #show all my CRs with the state Exp
crls *tele* #show all CRs that include the string tele in the name
cr(1) cradd(1) craddf(1) craddt(1) crassign(1) crcat(1) crcheck(1)
crcre(1) crdel(1) cred(1) credt(1) crlf(1) crmove(1) crremf(1)
crren(1) crstate(1) crsymname(1) crterminate(1)
Ivica Crnkovic, Elisabet de Waal