|Subject:||Re: permissions on branch|
|Date:||Tue, 15 May 2001 19:44:53 +0530|
Well I have to stay back at office a little bit longer, so I though of sending the script now. I have attached a korn shell script with this mail.
Here's what you should do with it.
a) Check out the CVSROOT directory from your CVS repository
b) Copy this script over the CVSROOT directory and give it execute permission for all
c) Modify the script as per your requirements - should be easy
d) Modify the checkoutlist file to have an entry for the script and check in the new checkoutlist file
e) Add and checkin the script
f) Make an entry in your commitinfo file for this script and check it in
Your are done now - hopefully things will work.
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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