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Re: Q on mulitple users in same directory...

From: Mark E. Hamilton
Subject: Re: Q on mulitple users in same directory...
Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 15:25:42 -0600
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Mark E. Hamilton wrote:

3. Try using an alias that does this from your sandbox directory:

find . -name 'Root' -exec sed -i -e "s/ext:.*@/ext:walter@/" {} \;

Actually, if you do it this way:

find . -name 'Root' -exec sed -i -e "s/:ext:.*@/:ext:/" {} \;

they you only have to do it one time. After that it won't prompt for Dave's password; if it prompts at all it will prompt for yours (or whoever is doing the update.)

Of course, if Dave checks out a new directory then you'll have to run it again. You might check to see if Dave's CVSROOT environment variable specifies ':ext:address@hidden:/cvs'. That's one way I've found that will cause user@ to be written to the CVS/Root file. If if does, have him change it to ':ext:tester:/cvs'

Mark E. Hamilton
Orion International Technologies, Inc.
Sandia National Laboratory, NM.

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