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Re: problem with CVSROOT commits

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: problem with CVSROOT commits
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2003 13:59:24 -0400 (EDT)

Akhil Srinivasan writes:
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> I have just recently created a cvs repository on my Redhat Linux 7.3
> server. To administer it I created a user and checkedout the CVSROOT to
> his home directory. Then i madwe some updates to the loginfo file. But
> the the updates i make are not reflected in the the repository original.
> I found the required lines in the loginfo,v file and when i update it to
> the users home directory I can see the changes. The lines I added were
> to keep an updated copy of the repository after ever commit. But when i
> made changes to the repository the changes were not updated.

Did you commit the changes you made?  If so, you should have gotten a
message along the lines of "Updating administrative files".  If not,
then something's wrong -- what do you have your $CVSROOT set to?

-Larry Jones

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