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Tue, 3 Feb 2004 15:20:26 +0100 (CET)
I have to admit that I am a newbie to the CVS world, I have worked with
VSS and CVS client software but never actually setting up the (CVS)
server. Therefore my apologies beforehand for any questions that may seem
obvious to others!
We have installed CVS 1.11.16 on Solaris 8.
It's installed and I can connect from Eclipse using Pserver. So far so
Now I'm trying to configure CVS and hang the 4 projects we have under the
root dir. of cvs
The problem I have at the moment is:
I set repository root to /apps/cvs/cvsroot
I then ran cvs init which created CVSROOT under aforementioned dir.
I configured pserver to point to /apps/cvs/cvsroot.
Now when I connect with Eclipse I see the CVSROOT directory (with it's
config/notify files) under Head. Can I *hide* this directory so that users
only see the four modules I want to import into cvs? Or should I
reconfigure CVS in some way?
I appreciate any help
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