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From: Tobias Brox
Subject: Re: CVSROOT
Date: Sun, 30 Sep 2001 19:43:34 +0400
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[raptor - Sun at 01:39:35PM +0200]
> what is set into ./CVS/Repository..
> What I should do remove/modify all Repository files  !!!?

I've been doing similar things before.

perl -pe 's/your_old_repository/your_new_repository/' -i.bak \
      `find . -path 'CVS/Repository'`
Sorry, I don't have time testing it at the moment.  Do it yourself. :-)      
> PS. Isn't Repository files created every time u check-out ...

Only first time you check out.  Later, should probably use "cvs update"
instead of "cvs checkout".

> thought it means that if I create working copy via normal-method but then I
> want to use it via say :pserver: method, I'm in big trouble ...

There shouldn't be any problems if you choose one method and stick to it.

If you want to use two different repositories, you should probably use two
separate working dirs and do vendor imports instead.

I think the "-d"-option have higher precedence than the Repository-files.

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