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- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: CVS Help
- From: Phil Knaack <flipk_(_at_)_idea_(_dot_)_exnet_(_dot_)_iastate_(_dot_)_edu>
- Date: Fri, 27 Sep 1996 23:43:02 -0500
I have a question about the use of CVS. I thought I'd ask here,
because a much higher percentage of you probably know exceptional amounts
about the subject. =-)
I use CVS now at home for my private sources and projects, and this
has come up before. For an example, in the NetBSD CVS updates today, for
> fsutil.c fsutil.h
> extern.h util.c util.h
>- Rename util.c and util.h to fsutil.c and fsutil.h to avoid conflict with
How was this done? Or, alternatively, how is this correctly done?
If you simply rename the files, then "cvs remove .." and
"cvs add ..", am I correct in thinking that the old ones are just Attic'd,
and the new ones are entered as version 1.1?
Without going into the /cvs directory by hand and typing
"mv util.c,v fsutil.c,v", how does one do it such that the older
revisions are still present as the new filename?
Enlightenments are requested, thanks in advance.
Phillip F Knaack
Database Programmer, Information Development for Extension Audiences (IDEA)
Iowa State University Extension
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