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RE: CVS question

From: Vinh Pham
Subject: RE: CVS question
Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2000 17:40:24 -0500

That's a good idea.  Unfortunately, that means we have to get into the
whole cvs watch on/off, cvs edit things.  For me, it maybe OK but most of
my co-workers are not software-oriented.  Adding that level of complexity
may not work well for them.  I've been advising people to use the command
cvs status | grep Need.
However, this doesn't work with newly added file.  Do you have any other
ideas?  I wonder whether adding an additional flag to the status command
would be a good feature to add (if nothing equivalent existed yet.)

Thank you,
Vinh N. Pham

Raghu Nair <address@hidden> on 12/07/2000 03:46:34 PM

To:   Vinh Pham/Fishkill/address@hidden
Subject:  RE: CVS question

You can add  cvs watch on files which you are intrestead in.

Raghu K
Software Engineer
Pretzel Logic Sofware Inc.
Cupertino, California
email : address@hidden
phone: 408-366-9010 extn 338

-----Original Message-----
From: Vinh Pham [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Thursday, December 07, 2000 12:15 PM
To: address@hidden
Subject: CVS question

     For example, if there are 2 persons working on a project.  If one
person add a file or directory, how can the other person know that a new
file or directory is added?  Of course if the second person does an update
(-d) , he or she will get that file/directory but are there any way to know
this before doing the update.

Thank you,

Vinh N. Pham

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