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RE: 'soft links' in cvs repository?

From: Frank Petrillo
Subject: RE: 'soft links' in cvs repository?
Date: Wed, 5 Mar 2008 14:34:56 -0800

Would using sym-links solve the problem?

File A in repository 1 can have sym-links in repo 2 and 3.
So whenever you make changes to File A in repo 1 the file is linked to
repo 2 and 3.

I suppose this would not help if you wanted to have changes made in repo
2 or 3 as well.

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Subject: 'soft links' in cvs repository?

Hi Group,

Is there any way to use one file in different cvs repositories while
keep it synced? (just like a soft link to the file).

Let's say I have three files A, B, C. What I want to do is I need to
put A, B in a repository 1, meanwhile I need to put A, C in another
repository 2, but file A should be the same here. Whenever I commit
changes for A from a checkout of repo 1, it should also be changed in
repo 2. File A in repo 1 is just a soft link to repo 2.

Any hints on this? Hope I was clear.


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