|Subject:||RE: Block a file by Commitinfo?|
|Date:||Wed, 15 Jul 2009 20:38:21 -0700|
Thanks for your reply. It's the lack of detailed examples in ximbiot or many cvs manuals that have me confused. What I'm not clear about is that could I write fully qualifies shell scripts into cvs' reserved files?|
I need an example please.
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> Subject: Re: Block a file by Commitinfo?
> Date: Wed, 15 Jul 2009 00:21:53 -0700
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> Your commitinfo script is given a list of paths to files about to be
> committed. Check each file in that list against your naming
> conventions. Exit with a non-zero status if any of them fail to meet
> your requirements.
> This will cause the entire commit to fail, and the user will have rm
> their additions before the commit will succeed.
> It would be better if CVS had an addinfo capability, though...
> On Jul 14, 2009, at 9:40 PM, Rez P wrote:
> > Hello everyone
> > Is there any way to prevent users or developers from uploading and
> > checking in certain files into cvs? I was reading the somewhat
> > ambiguous examples on ximbiot and doesn't look I could do this. I
> > would like to block Windows thumbs.db and desktop.ini files from
> > uploading to the server.
> > Thanks
> > Rez
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