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Mon, 23 Apr 2001 11:55:53 -0400
I'd like to try to use cvswrappers to implement a "virtual module"
for database stored procedures. Basically, when one tries to
update a file, get cvs to run a script which extracts a stored procedure
from a server (where servername, database, procedure name are
reflected in the filename) and return that ouput to the cvs client
instead of what is actually in the repository. Our repository is on
solaris and most clients use winCVS.
My questions are:
1) What version of cvs/wincvs support -t/-f wrappers?
2) Is it a bad idea to use cvs for this purpose?
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