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Re: need help understanding underlying file format for cvs

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: need help understanding underlying file format for cvs
Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2003 09:32:12 -0500
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Ronald Petty wrote:

I have another question about browsing over pserver.  I have seen hacks
for it and whatnot, but what is the plan (if any) to make cvs have some
protocol to do remote browsing.  And local browsing.  I know you can add
modules and do cvs co -c but if you want to see the rest you have to
know the actual file.  Maybe when you do cvs import it can add a module
entry for you?  But that still doesn't help with local/remote file
browsing.  I am doing it all in php and would hope one day I could do
cvs ls or something.

Thanks again everyone.

There are no current plans to implement `cvs ls' that I know of.

I, personally, would not be adverse, but I would like to see some discussion around any proposed patch to convince me that the approach is correct. Feel free to evaluate and discuss the existing patches.

I think having import add entries to the modules file is the wrong way to go.



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