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Re: CVS Help
Derek R. Price
Re: CVS Help
Mon, 16 Oct 2000 12:01:24 -0400
Paul L Chen wrote:
> I saw your post on the eGroup message board.
Please send further questions to address@hidden You are much more likely to
get a timely and correct response.
> I am very much in need of help in setting up CVS on Solaris server. Some of
> these questions maybe simple, but I am new to CVS. I have read the documents
> but some are not clear.
> My questions are:
> 1. do I need to use the import command to move files to the repository or
> can I just use the regulare unix command?
If you are talking about moving existing RCS files into your new repository
you'll pretty much have to use *nix commands. Otherwise you'll have to use
import or the standard CVS 'add' and 'commit' commands. See the sections of
the Cederqvist (CVS manual) on importing, vendor branches, and everyday use.
> 2. does each developer have to create a CVS directory in his own local
> drive (home directory)?
Each developer needs to check out any project they wish to work on into a
workspace. Read through the Overview section of the Cederqvist, including the
> Any other suggestion would be appreciated.
Bookmark a link to the Cederqvist (manual):
Hope this helped.
Derek Price CVS Solutions Architect ( http://CVSHome.org )
mailto:address@hidden OpenAvenue ( http://OpenAvenue.com )
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