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Re: question

From: Derek R. Price
Subject: Re: question
Date: Fri, 03 Aug 2001 17:47:27 -0400

amina saify wrote:

> Hi,
> I am using CVS for the first time. But I am unable to start only. See I have
> created directory /home/cvsroot/CVSROOT/
> My files which I want to put in CVS are in dorectory /home/global/
> After this point I am very confused. Which one is repository n whihc one is
> working directory. I am trying to checkout my files it says "module not
> found ignore". I have set environment variable $CVSROOT as  /home/cvsroot/
> What I am doing is right or not?
> Can you solve my problem.

The repository is the one you inited using 'cvs init' and where CVS's archive
files are stored.  The working directory is where you edit files.

You'd probably be better off reading the first few sections of the manual
rather than asking a lot of questions like this.  There's a copy online at .


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