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Re: .v files
Re: .v files
17 Jan 2007 12:05:07 -0800
So it appears my implementation is incorrect....
since the .v contains all changes of all files, I do not want those to
be on the webserver.
I want the latest copy. How do you recommend allowing CVS to track
changes in html files at the same time allowing the most recent one to
be in a specific directory?
Jim Hyslop wrote:
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> vegas wrote:
> > I have ASCII files in my repository. My repository is also a webserver
> > html root directory.
> Don't do that. Only CVS and CVS-related utilities (which includes
> cvsweb) should have access to the repository.
> > the actual bob.txt file is never created...
> Nor should it be. You should *never* mix your repository files with your
> working files.
> > My simple question is how can I update the actual file and not just the
> > v file??
> There's a section of the manual dedicated to just that question:
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> Jim Hyslop
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