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Re: winCVS question

From: Rob
Subject: Re: winCVS question
Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2000 11:05:27 -0800
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WinCVS is written in PERL. If it has an option to run arbitrary
UNIX commands you should be able to run /bin/sh with the shell
script as a parameter.

If not, you can add a system(); call  to the right place in the
PERL code.

On Fri, Dec 08, 2000 at 03:15:26PM -0500, Saima Iqbal wrote:
> Hi,
>          I work for a Telcordia, and we have recently started using CVS for
>  version control purposes.  I had a question regarding the use of a unix
> script via winCVS.  I've developed a script that enables the user to control 
> the
> tagging of a whole tree, by running a shell executable script.   The aim
> is to refrain from allowing the users to tag source in the whole
> tree at random.  So, how do I run a shell script via winCVS?  I know there is
> the option to run unix commands from winCVS, but I don't think I can execute a
> shell script from there.  Can I do a system call using winCVS?
> Thanks,
> Saima Iqbal
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