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Re: CVS list
- Subject: Re: CVS list
- From: Tim <>
- Date: Wed, 24 Nov 1999 07:12:53 -0600 (CST)
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- Resent-Date: 24 Nov 1999 13:17:34 -0000
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> AFAIK CVS only works with one repository and it lacks synchronization
> features among many of them.
I was told that Thomas Roessler had a 'cvssync' script, but I have yet to
find it anywhere.
Perhaps I should try to contact him directly.
I'm sorry....but I have to believe that there is a viable option for this
> You could mirror the contents of the central repository - perhaps you
> could even wrap it in another repository that would contains ,v,v
> files and make the second copy read-only, but I can't see how you
> could check-in simultaneously (branches come to mind, but that's
> probably not what you want since there still has to be someone to
> merge them into the main trunk).
This may be an option, depending on the CVS Repository useage. I'm not
done yet.......I will continue my quest. :)
> P. S.: Just my 2 stotins. Please let me know if you do find a solution,
> because I have a similar problem.
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