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Re: trading files without ",v" suffix

From: Kaz Kylheku
Subject: Re: trading files without ",v" suffix
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2002 19:16:38 GMT
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In article <address@hidden>, Claudio Klingler wrote:
>i have some files imported into my cvs repository. These files name's do and
>should not end with the ",v" suffix. Unfortunately cvs ignores this files.
>I want this files to be treated like the files ending with ",v". Does that

But you said that these files ``do, and should not'' end with he ",v"
suffix. So do they or do they  not?

If they do not, how can they be the result of a cvs import?

>work with cvs? Setting the RCSINIT environment variable to "-x/,v" does not
>have an effect with cvs.

Why should CVS read your RCSINIT variable? CVS isn't RCS.

How files are named in the repository is CVS's business; these names are
part of the program's design.  

If you manually add some RCS files to a CVS repository, and these RCS
files do not end with the ,v suffix, you will just have to rename them 
to give them that suffix. Is there any special problem with doing that?

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