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Re: add cvs -W option to disable -R/CVSREADONLYFS

From: Norikatsu Shigemura
Subject: Re: add cvs -W option to disable -R/CVSREADONLYFS
Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2004 02:08:14 +0900 (JST)

On Tue, 9 Mar 2004 15:50:28 +0200
Ruslan Ermilov <ru@freebsd.org> wrote:
> >     Although I am checkout-ing well by using cvs -R in ~/.cvsrc,
> >     when I want to commit, It is prevented by -R.  So I wanted to
> >     disable this feature.  Although control by the environment
> >     variable CVSREADONLYFS was also considered, honestly it is
> >     troublesome.
> I also have -R in most of my ~/.cvsrc's, and when I need to commit,
> I just use "cvs -f" (for local repos).  For remote repos, -R is not

        Ah, I didn't notice it!  It's a good idea.

> a problem (it's not passed on the wire) unless you happen to have
> it set in ~/.cvsrc on the repository host.  Even in this case, it

        Yes, so I did not care.  Recently I noticed.

> is still possible to commit by setting CVS_SERVER="cvs -f" in the
> environment of the committing host.

        I almost used and tuned for ports.  But now, I'm using local
        repositry for linuxpluginwrapper and my products.  I'm tired
        to change mode:-).

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