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Re: An automatically commit

From: Kaz Kylheku
Subject: Re: An automatically commit
Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2002 12:28:08 -0800 (PST)

On Mon, 18 Nov 2002, Giohanna MEndez wrote:

> Hi!,
> I want to make an automatically commit inside a logical structure I made on 
> my cvs repository,

You are trying to implement, in CVS, a completely different version
control model from what the software supports. Versions are not modeled
as new directories in CVS; rather, version history is superimposed
on a directory structure as a separate dimension.

> In this way, I had created modules for each version (at the same level in my 
> cvs repository), but what I want to do is: each time I made a modification 
> in program of the version 1, and I make a commit, the cvs automatically 
> makes a commit for the version 11 and 12. Other example: if I made a commit 
> for a modified program of the version base, cvs make automatically a commit 
> for the dependent versions from it (according to my logical structure). This 
> is my problem: how can I do it automatically?

CVS doesn't know that the modules ``version 1'' and ``version 11'' are
related in any way.  This is a semantic convention of your own which
you have imposed on the repository. If you want to automate your
version control scheme, you have to develop your own software.

If you want to do branching and merging with CVS, you will have
to learn to do it in the manner supported by CVS.

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