|Subject:||Re: permissions on branch|
|Date:||Tue, 15 May 2001 19:25:07 +0530|
In pserver mode the CVS server makes a dir called /tmp/cvs-<pid> under which you would find the file you would want to checkin and the CVS subdirectory with the Entries file, which has the branch information. So nothing needs to be done on the client side.
I would send you the script tomorrow - it is getting late tonight and I need to go home (no net connection at home unfortunately)
How you mean this, the CVS/Entries are on the client side. I'm using RedHat Linux as repository server
with WinCVS clients. I have to intercept the commit somehow thru wrapper or similar and then simply
refuse the commit if some condition is met. I dont know how exactly CVS internals work, but please send
me the scrip.
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