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From (Dean Gaudet)
Subject Re: cvs installed -- now what?
Date Mon, 19 Feb 1996 04:46:44 GMT
In article <> you write:
>setenv CVSROOT
>and then use it as normal i.e. as though it's a local cvs repository.

You actually only need to set that when you're going to issue a 'cvs
checkout'.  If you leave it unset at all other times you can more easily
work on projects from multiple repositories.  CVS stores the repository
location on disk as it does the checkout, so it doesn't need CVSROOT set
for future invocations.  It complains if CVSROOT is set and is different
than the contents of CVS/Root.


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