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Re: modified cvs
Noel L Yap
Re: modified cvs
Wed, 2 May 2001 09:55:51 -0400
Or, if you're going to modify anything, you can add a CVSPATH ev that's a
generalization of CVSROOT.
address@hidden on 2001.05.01 16:56:42
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Subject: Re: modified cvs
[ On Tuesday, May 1, 2001 at 21:52:13 (+0200), nidelet thomas wrote: ]
> Subject: Re: modified cvs
> > [ On Tuesday, May 1, 2001 at 15:42:46 (+0200), tom wrote: ]
> > > Subject: modified cvs
> > >
> > If your server system doesn't support ACLs perhaps you can look at
> > schemes of dividing projects up into separate repositories so that you
> > don't need one group-ID for every separate project.
> the problem is that i don't want to have a lot of CVSROOT, and it is not
> only me there are other people whom have to checkout every project. But i
> have modified cvs and it is working.
> But it's true i'd rather find a way to do it with the original cvs.
> But Freebsd doesn't support totally the ACLs yet...
Why are you afraid of having multiple repositories? They work very well
and are trivial to use. You *only* need to know which repository to use
when doing the initial checkout of a module -- after that it's all
I think if you do your layout design correctly it'll also only be those
people who need to check out every project who need to even know about
the existance of multiple repositories.
Greg A. Woods
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