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09 Aug 2006 09:45:06 +0100
Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.3
I'm using CVS to store/distribute a perl web/CGI application.
Trick is, I want it to run on both Windows and Unix servers, which
have the perl binaries in different places.
So I want to change the "#!" lines.
OK, so I could write some kind of simple substitution program.
But is there a way to get cvs itself to do (something like) this? To
process files as they are checked in and out?
Failing that, is there a "standard" way to go about it?
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Robert Inder <=