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RE: commitinfo and client/server

From: Andy Baker
Subject: RE: commitinfo and client/server
Date: Thu, 31 May 2001 16:18:05 +0100

AIUI, on the server side you will actually be in the /tmp/cvs<blah>
directory when your script is called so a quick examination of 'pwd' should
give the game away.


-----Original Message-----
From: Schell Walter [mailto:address@hidden

we use cvs server 1.11 on linux and wincvs as client. To pre-commit certain
files at checkin, a perl-script should check these files. I changed
commitinfo, checkoutlist etc and the script gets called with the path from
repository and the filenames in this directory. While executing the script,
the files reside in /tmp/cvsserv-<a number>, but I have no clue, how to
determine this path; there is no environment variable pointing to it or
something like that.

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