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Re: [setup] CVS module conflicts?
Igor Pechtchanski wrote:
... I do my development
in an anoncvs tree, to prevent accidental commits. Once the changes are
finalized, I apply them to a modifiable tree (which I have as a
subdirectory of the anoncvs tree, ...
I would have thought that the easy way to avoid accidental commits would be
to not run "cvs ci" :-) Or to just realize and cancel when the log message
Frivolous comments aside, I have also done work in an anoncvs tree, although
in my case it was so I could have the anoncvs repository be an rsynced local
There is an alternate technique you might find useful:
You can checkout by anoncvs, do work, and then commit like this:
cvs -d:ext:realuser@server:/repos commit
from the same working copy.
No accidental commits(!) and no need to port the changes to a second working
copy for commit.