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Re: loginfo and path of update

From: Chris Croswhite
Subject: Re: loginfo and path of update
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 2004 01:37:33 -0700

Ahh, finally found the option to get my script to function correctly
again - %p gives the path while %s gives the filename. 

On Tue, 2004-10-19 at 01:09, Chris Croswhite wrote:
> Folks,
> Need a quick pointer.  I use to use loginfo to extract where a file was
> being "checked in" so that I could run a cvs upd -d command on a "view"
> so that the view was always updated.  The old cvs I was using would pass
> both the path and file name.  I tried to use the same mechanism to
> (within loginfo, echo %s|script-to-upd-path as default) update with
> 1.12.9, however, I found that cvs only passes the file and nothing
> (unless I want the version too).
> So is there a better mechanism to accomplish keeping a checked out copy
> in sync with current checkins?
> TIA!
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