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Wed, 16 May 2001 08:05:02 -0700
This is a shell question - not a CVS question.
in a shell variables are expanded in strings with double (") quotes but not
expanded in strings with single (') quotes.
I suspect you want to do this:
cvs commit -m 'Changed initial value of $my_var'
Different shells (bash/tcsh/perl?) behave differently.
You need the appropriate beating up so here goes :
"Please direct your questions to the $SHELL news group"
From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden Behalf Of
Sent: Wednesday, May 16, 2001 7:03 AM
My first post and new to CVS. Please don't beat me up.....
My question, am I not allowed to do the following?
cvs commit -m "Changed initial value of $my_var"
I would like $my_var to print out as is.
Info-cvs mailing list
- VARs, Andy Lewis, 2001/05/16
- Re: VARs, Matthew Riechers, 2001/05/16
- Re: VARs, Larry Jones, 2001/05/16
- RE: VARs,
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