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Re: Inter-dependent modules

From: Wayne Johnson
Subject: Re: Inter-dependent modules
Date: Sun, 1 Dec 2002 17:04:16 -0800 (PST)

You can set up a module in the CVSROOT/modules file that contains the two
modules.  This works great except when doing a cvs co -d.  

I've also used symbolic links in the server filesystems.  I've never had
a problem with this, but their are some who are nervous about doing
things like this.

--- Glenn <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi all
> I've been using CVS consitantly only for a few months now - and done
> enough reading to confront the various problems I've found (lots of
> reading still to do though) - but I'm still unsure about how to
> structure this one - I'm hoping someone can point me to a suitable
> doc...
> If there is a module that is a project in its own right, but is also
> used in other projects or unrelated modules - e.g. javascript includes
> for web sites, or Application frame works in your favourite language -
> how do we include files from module 1 in module 2, and have module 2's
> instance of module 1's files keep updated appropriately. Here's a
> sample
> senario...
> MODULE:JsIncludes     MODULE: Site1           MODULE: Site2
> file: images.js               file: index.html        file: index.php
> file: forms.js                file: script.php        file: forms.js
> file: widgets.js      file: widgets.js        file: widgets.js
> In this situation can I have bug fixes (and other changes) from a
> branch
> in the source of widgets.js (from module jsincludes) carried through to
> the instances of this file in MODULES Site1 and Site2? - I guess its
> also important to be able to do this by Tag as well?
> Thanks anyone and everyone
> Glenn
> -- 
> Glenn <address@hidden>
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