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two questions (archives and -C)

From: Phil Edwards
Subject: two questions (archives and -C)
Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2000 14:59:56 -0400
User-agent: Mutt/1.2.5i

1)  The "CVS Communication" page at lists the development
discussion at "address@hidden".  But there's no mention of any
archives of the development list.  Are there any?

2)  1.11 has a new option to the 'update' subcommand, -C.  This option
looks to be really useful, but has some problems:

    - it's not fully included in the "-H update" output
    - it isn't in the manual AFAICT
    - (most importantly) it doesn't work

More on that last point:  using cvs over ssh, the server reports "invalid
option -C" and fails.  After the client does its moving and shuffling of
locally-modified files, it needs to strip -C from the option list before
it transmits the list to the server.  Currently, I have to invokve 'update'
twice, once with -C and once without.

Has this already been patched, or does this still need to be done?

Much thanks,

pedwards at disaster dot jaj dot com  |  pme at sources dot redhat dot com
devphil at several other less interesting addresses in various dot domains
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