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RE: CVS protocol

From: Robin Rosenberg
Subject: RE: CVS protocol
Date: Fri, 17 Sep 2004 11:03:48 GMT
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Alastair Growcott wrote:

> This is going to sound dumb, but I don't have an "info" command on my
> system. Typing "info cvsclient" just confuses my machine.

Dumb machine... Any reasonable workstation has info installed :-)

Googling for "cvs client/server protocol" gives you a number of online
references. E.g.

The CVSNT project also has one
that includes their extensions.

-- robin

> Could someone for whom this command works possibly redirect the output
> into a text file, gzip it, and attach it to a post to me?
> Thanks.
> Alastair Growcott.
> ________________________________
> From: Alexander Taler [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Thu 16/09/2004 13:33
> To: Alastair Growcott
> Cc: address@hidden
> Subject: Re: CVS protocol
>>>>>> "Alastair" == Alastair Growcott <address@hidden>
>>>>>> writes:
>   Alastair> Is the CVS client-server protocol documented anywhere, and if
>   so Alastair> where?
> The cvs client protocol is defined in the info pages that come
> with CVS.  "info cvsclient"
>   Alastair> I had a look at libcvs which in principle is what I need.
>   However Alastair> for the C implementation there is no useful code
>   (nothing relating Alastair> to CVS anyway). So it looks like I am going
>   to have to write Alastair> something from scratch. Oh well.
> This is very true, there is no C version of LibCVS currently.  As
> Derek stated not so long ago, a C library to CVS is a project
> looking for someone with the skills and the time.
> If you do start work on it, I'm sure the people at info-cvs would
> also be glad to hear about it, and probably have lots of 2c to add.
> Alex
> --
>    Access CVS through a library.
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> 453B The purpose of the minutes is not to record events, it is to protect
> people.
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