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Re: CVS like environment?

From: Sensei <senseiwa_at_tin.it>
Date: 2005-07-04 20:00:02 CEST

On Jul 4, 2005, at 12:49pm, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
>
> No, there's no way of not specifiying the URL. Typically, it
> doesn't matter either. You checkout a working copy of the URL, and
> then the working copy remembers it for you. Most commands don't
> require a URL argument at all, or automatically use the one cached
> in your working copy.
>
> You can also just use environment variables:
>
> export R=scheme://host/path
> svn checkout $R/project working-copy

My problem is with my students. I provide a .bashrc with useful
command lines, like

cvslab()
{
   save old CVSROOT, CVS_RSH, CVSEDITOR
   new CVSROOT & Co
   cvs $@
   restore CVS environment
   unset backup variables
}

So they can just

cvslab co myProject
cvslab diff ...
...

without caring about the environment... I wanted to do something like
that for subversion:

svn co myProject
...

-- 
Sensei <senseiwa@tin.it>
cd /pub
more beer
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