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Re: cvs-update triggers

From: Arthur Barrett
Subject: Re: cvs-update triggers
Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2004 21:42:10 GMT


Use the "precommand" (or "postcommand") trigger.

This is only available in CVSNT 2.0.58 and later.

CVSNT is free (GPL - just like CVS) is available on Linux, Unix, Windows,
Mac OS X etc etc.  If you are using WinCVS or TortoiseCVS then you are
already using it (it comes bundled with those).  Since the triggers are
executed on the server then you will need to be running CVSNT on the server.


Arthur Barrett

<address@hidden> wrote in message
> hello,
> i would like to setup a trigger for when cvs-update touches a file
(updates or merges) in checked out work areas.  is there already a mechanism
for this? i want it to run a script or set of commands
> my specific need is that i want to have a shell-rc file in the repository,
when someone makes changes to it and then i do an update, i get those
changes and therefore would like to re-source that file and update my shell.
is this possible to set-up?
> thanks
> paul

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