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RE: CVS on IIS?
RE: CVS on IIS?
Mon, 29 Nov 2004 17:17:20 -0500
Internet Messaging Program (IMP) 4.0-cvs
Thanks for responding. While the situation is similar, it doesn't
quite fit the
requirements of my team. This seems more like VSS being broken than a really
useful feature, but here is what you can do with Visual Studio and IIS with
UserA checks out FileB
UserA modified FileB
Before checking FileB in UserA saves the file (kinda locally) then is able to
view the file on the webserver. (The real web server, not a local copy.)
If UserA likes the results they can then check FileB in to make it
the rest of the people working with it.
From what I understand the example you showed does this (which to me
Upon checkin of FileB CVS will execute a checkout command for the
my case I would need to map a drive on my linux box to the NT box that IIS is
installed on to make that happen. I will see if this is acceptable to
on my development team. In the meantime, is there a way to break CVS so it
does the same thing? (I won't be at all hurt if the answer is no short of
rewriting the thing myself.) hehehe
Thanks for your help and your very quick response.
Quoting "Jim.Hyslop" :
Matthew Bradford wrote:
I have been using CVS for projects based around Unix for
years now, but now I am
faced with the project of making CVS work the same way VSS
works with IIS
FrontPage extensions... namely, I need to set up authoring on
and somehow configure it to use CVS (on a different server)
to get a bleeding
edge copy from whatever the user last saved in Visual Studio.
Sounds suspiciously like this scenario in the documentation:
Is that what you're looking for?
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Leitch Technology International Inc. ( http://www.leitch.com )
Columnist, C/C++ Users Journal ( http://www.cuj.com/experts )
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