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Re: CVS editors and watchers

From: Noel Yap
Subject: Re: CVS editors and watchers
Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2001 05:56:52 -0800 (PST)

I think a better "repository commands" interface needs
to be designed (ie the "r" prefix is lacking).

Anyway, in the meantime, what we do to do what you ask
is to keep a central checked out copy for use by the
cron'ed editors command that's part of our development
web page.

Hope this helps,
--- Colm Murphy <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> We use CVS in a fully watched mode. What I mean by
> this is that we have 
> watches turned on for every file and use cvs edit
> and cvs unedit.
> This means that we can easily see who is editing
> files by using the cvs 
> editors command.
> One thing that would make this command really useful
> would be if we 
> could run the command without having to do a
> checkout first.
> Then we could for instance create a web page which
> would show who is 
> editing which files.
> Is there any plan to create a command like cvs
> reditors (and cvs 
> rwatchers) which could be run directly on the
> repository ?
> If not I can write a perl script to do it but I
> think it would be a very 
> useful command.
> Cheers
> Colm A
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