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RE: How to disable the cvs versioning for a specific binary file inour p
RE: How to disable the cvs versioning for a specific binary file inour program CVS repository
Mon, 23 Apr 2012 15:17:34 +1100
What version of CVS are you using? Which version on the client, which
on the server?
> > These archives can be quite big. I don't want that the CVS
> > make a version for each one (it takes too much place). But I want
> > that these test cases stay in the CVS repository and that they are
> > downloaded, if I do a checkout. Is that possible ?
> There is no way to use CVS to store a file without a
It depends on the version of CVS ;)
If you are using CVSNT (CVS 2.x) on linux, mac, solaris, hpux or windows
then you just use the -1 keyword expansion option:
> If you then use something like `cvs admin -o 1.1 test_cases.tgz`,
Beware of using 'cvs admin' arbitrarily, it's an 'admin' option, and (in
my opinion) not designed for 'day to day' use. I.e.: before running
'cvs admin' I always make sure I've got a backup of the repository.
- RE: How to disable the cvs versioning for a specific binary file inour program CVS repository,
Arthur Barrett <=