|Subject:||RE: giving up CVS|
|Date:||Fri, 14 Sep 2001 11:53:58 +0100|
Take a look at cvswrappers. If you want all files matching
a particular filename pattern to have specific commit options,
you can define them here. For instance, you could have:
*.gif -k 'b'
*.jpg -k 'b'
From: Marko Faldix [mailto:address@hidden]
Sent: 14 September 2001 10:23
Subject: giving up CVS
we tried to use jCVS for * LARGE * directory trees consisting of html
files and binary files like .gif, .jpg and so on.
We consider giving up cvs for our web projects because of the number of
problems with large directory trees with mixed files (binary and text).
We had binaries which occured as text and so they couldn't be repaired
anymore. I studied several days cvs and found out, that binaries can only
while importing handled as binary. If forgotten to type in all binary types
during import you've lost.
Adding a file is a problem for us. If one of us works a day, he will have to
add whole parts of new directory trees or many new files - binary and text -
in different subdirs. Adding as binary and adding as text is for our purpose
very uncomfortable and here is again loss of data in cvs possible because
you have to handle cvs which so much care.
It was recommended to us to use cvs, but I think by an old unix C programmer
who only has to deal with one single text file.
What we are looking for is something like CVS but combined with saving data.
Using cvs became a safety problem to us. Everything that is stored in cvs
has to be saved on third media before.
What do you think about that? Are there any web programmers here using cvs
with success and how to you save data?
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