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From: Richa Munjal
Subject: Re: (no subject)
Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2000 09:25:55 +0531 (IST)

Hi Paul,

Can you suggest as to what kind of wrapper can be written around RCS to achive 
remote access.
I would highly apppreciate your help in this regard.

Thanks ,

> From address@hidden Mon Nov  6 23:50 IST 2000
> From: address@hidden (Paul Sander)
> Date: Mon, 6 Nov 2000 10:33:00 -0800
> To: richam
> Subject: Re: (no subject)
> Cc: address@hidden
> X-Received: By mailgate.Cadence.COM as KAA16472 at Mon Nov  6 10:33:24 2000
> RCS is a very simple file versioning tool that provides very primitive
> capabilities.  Among its missing features is access to repositories outside
> of the filesystem on the local machine.
> If you want that kind of access, you have no choice but to change to a
> different version control system (which might entail writing your own
> wrappers around RCS).
> --- Forwarded mail from address@hidden
> Thanks for the prompt response .
> Derek , I feel you have not understood my question correctly.
> I have an RCS repository at a remote location (at a machine which is in US),
> and I want to check-out , check-in the files into the remote repository
> without logging on to the remote machine.
> I want to do this sitting on my machine (which is in India) without even 
> mounting the remote machine.
> and I donot want to move to CVS or to some other Version control system.
> I know this was quite possible if I moved to cvs .
> In cvs it is possible by using the command:
> cvs -d address@hidden:/net/jojo/home/Repository co src
> assuming indra is a machine in India and jojo is a machine at some remote 
> location.
> Is something like this possible in RCS.
> If yes, can you please let me know the command using which this can be done.
> --- End of forwarded message from address@hidden

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