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From Brian Behlendorf <>
Subject RE: /dist in apache-site CVS tree?
Date Mon, 02 Feb 1998 22:56:24 GMT
At 03:43 PM 2/2/98 -0500, Ben Hyde wrote:
>client/server cvs is so easy for updating stuff on N platforms,
>particularly since it works on NT, that we use it in house in 
>the manner the Brian is asking about.  For example to distribute 
>the executables we want on all developer PCs.
>We have cronjobs (ha the spelling correcter suggests "corncobs" how did
>it know that?) 
>that discard revisions from selected files so in the
>places analogous to STATUS and dist we don't bother to keep any history.
>this requires cvs admin, and  hacking your way into nostolga of RCS to
>trim the versions,
>it's all tediously rube goldberg.

Hmm, I think I'll just point the cvsup stuff to /dist as marc suggested,
and not worry about it for anoncvs.

>I thought the anoncvs stuff all currently requires core access on

Not for read-only access.


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