There’s lots of power in cleartool find.
Here’s a bit of code I use frequently to find all of the checkins that have happened on the main branch from some date until now:
cleartool find . -name '*' -ver 'version(\main\LATEST) && created_since(30-March-2011)' -print
Update 26 July 2012
Thanks John for the feedback
Actually, you can leave the
-name '*' out.
Also, if you are running this on windows at a cmd prompt, use double quotes instead of single quotes.
cygwin> cleartool find . -ver 'version(\main\LATEST) && created_since(1-July-2012)' -print
dos> cleartool find . -ver "version(\main\LATEST) && created_since(1-July-2012)" -print