[TriLUG] cvs CVSROOT/modules
william at trilug.org
Wed Sep 8 10:12:20 EDT 2004
Thank you for the examples! By "searchable", I mean "TortoiseCVS
can find the modules without my having to install ViewCVS on the server
since I don't have r00t privileges at $WORK" :)
(yes, we use Windows for workstations, not my choice)
On Wed, 8 Sep 2004, Tom Bryan wrote:
> On Wednesday 08 September 2004 09:43 am, William Sutton wrote:
> > Has anyone here explicitly set up a modules listing in the CVSROOT/modules
> > file?
> Here's one. The project had a ton of directories for previous prototypes. New
> developers really just needed a few folders. So, we configured the src
> module for developers to grab only the necessary folders. The second set of
> modules was for me. In general, my files are lower case and my directories
> are initial capital with as few collisions on the first letter of a directory
> as possible. It makes tab completion to deep directories very fast (one
> letter and a tab per level). :-)
> # Current project documentation and active projects
> src -a docs proposals projects
> ecoaccess -a docs proposals projects
> # Module alias for Tom, who likes singe letter tab completion on directory
> # names
> Docs docs
> InitialProposals proposals
> Projects projects
> SourceForge &Docs &InitialProposals &Projects &CVSROOT
> > and that one can configure cvs using it to make the various cvs modules
> > searchable, but examples seem to be absent.
> I'm not sure what you mean by "searchable."
> By the way, I really liked http://cvsbook.red-bean.com/. I bought a copy of
> the second edition. Good stuff.
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