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Re: How to get "edit -c" working

From: Noel L Yap
Subject: Re: How to get "edit -c" working
Date: Fri, 2 Mar 2001 07:17:23 -0500

address@hidden on 2001.02.28 12:30:31
>Some things can't be easily versioned under CVS. For example, PL/SQL or
>other code that lives in the database. Since it's a shared resource, we need
>to do exclusive locking to version it.

Is there a way to export/import these files as text?  If so, you can go that

>So the recommend workaround is to use Noel Yap's "cvs edit -c" patch (hi
>Noel!) against CVS 1.10.8.
>I took a look on Sourceforge and there are just zillions of patches to
>download. Which ones are the ones I need?

I apologize for the format of these patches.  I should've submitted one patch
per feature/bug fix, but instead, I submitted incremental patches.  Since they
are incremental, you'll have to install each patch up to and including the last
one you need.

>Also, and very importantly, is this a server-only patch, or will I have to
>patch all the clients as well?

The patch are both server and client side.  New options have to be since the
client will need to be able to specify the option, and the server will need to
understand it.

>thanks *so much*,
>Chris Chambers

I apologize again for the messiness.  I know I keep saying this, but if I find
some time, I'll clean up the patches.


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