|Subject:||Re: cvs-1.12.9 features|
|Date:||Mon, 29 Nov 2004 14:40:38 -0300|
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Mark D. Baushke wrote:
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Paola Attadio <address@hidden> writes:All, I installed the cvs-1.12.9. Then I initialize the repository. The cederqvist say that this version support "KeywordExpansion option", but I don't see this feature in the CVSROOT/config file.You need to add what you want to the file. By default, the LocalKeyword does not have any entries in it. If you wanted $FreeBSD$ to be expanded as a $CVSHeader$ keyword, then you would use something like: LocalKeyword=FreeBSD=CVSHeader KeywordExpand=i in the file to expand it along with all of the standards. The KeywordExpand option is mostly equivalent of KeywordExpand=iAuthor,Date,CVSHeader,Header,Id,Locker,Log,Name,RCSfile,Revision,Source,State However, there seemed little reason to add that to the CVSROOT/config file as the default. The KeywordExpand options is mostly there to let you ADD a LocalKeyword or to exclude one or more of the default headers.
Do you know if this Log Keyword has any problem? I don't have any problems with the others keywords, but I put this definition in the config file:
LocalKeyword=MyKeyword=Log give me a error with the commit action.
Also, I can't use the ACL, in this case, is necessary install some patch?I have not seen a posting from Baris Sahin on the info-cvs or bug-cvs lists in a few years now, so I am not sure of the status of his work. You should ask Baris Sahin when cvsacl.sourceforge.net/ plans to provide support with cvs-1.12.x (where x==10 is the latest version). You could also ask if he wants to provide documentation and sanity.sh tests as a part of his patch to get it considered for inclusion into the CVSHOME feature version of cvs 1.12.x. For now, cvs-1.12.10 provides contrib/cvs_acls.in to help you address permissions to commit changes at the time that commitinfo and taginfo is run. It is administered by the cvs administrator just as all of the files in CVSROOT are administered. It has been a long time since any CVS ACL patch was mentioned http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/info-cvs/2001-07/msg00962.html was brought up by Martin Ellison, but may not be the same patch as the one that Baris provides...
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