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Thu, 1 Sep 2005 13:00:18 -0700
A colleague of mine has a CVS tree which he burned onto a CD and gave to me.
Now I'm responsible for this source tree.
I can do nothing with this tree as he gave it to me because all of the Root
files contain his user ID. I do not have his password, so I cannot log in as
I have written a shell script to edit every Root file in the tree to change
his user ID to mine. This seems to have worked. I say this based on the fact
that I can issue these commands:
cvs -n -q update
Is there anything wrong with having done this, or am I good to go?