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Re: CVS like environment?

From: Sensei <senseiwa_at_tin.it>
Date: 2005-07-05 19:18:53 CEST

On Jul 5, 2005, at 11:50am, Bob Proulx wrote:

> Why is CVSROOT needed for anything after the checkout? It's not.
> This is the same as for subversion. So using this for the other
> actions such as diff confuses me.
> cvslab co myProject
> cvs -qn update
> cvs status | grep Status: | grep -v Up-to-date
> cvs diff
> cvs commit

You're right, anyway it was just a suggestion about this option,
present in CVS and not in subversion... anyway, it's not even needed
for checkout... but it's there :)

> You can easily do that for subversion. Since you have already trained
> them to use the function calls you can continue.
> svnlabco()
> {
> svn checkout scheme://host/path/$1 $1
> }

Yes, all I found useful is not specifying the remote each time, and
having a single script that works with every command using $@...

> Then your students can do:
> svnlabco myProject
> svn status
> svn diff
> svn commit

Yes. Anyway, why is so bad adding an environment variable for remote
repositories? I don't understand (really)...

Sensei <senseiwa@tin.it>
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