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To work on a file, you must first retrieve it from the repository using the check-out option, co. You then work on it in a project directory that will be created as a subdirectory in your local directory. When you are ready to check the file back into the repository, you use the commit option (ci). The following example extracts the main.c file from the CVS repository for myproject: $ cvs co myproject/main.c $ cd myproject You then change to the subdirectory called myproject that has been created in the current working directory. There, you will find the extracted version of main.c. You can then edit and change main.c. To check it back into the CVS repository, use the commit option. $ cvs commit -m "Modified main.c" main.c To see the changes, use the diff option. The rdiff option lets you see any changes to the entire release. $ cvs diff To check out the entire project, you use the project name. All the files for the project will be extracted to a subdirectory with that project name. $ cvs co myproject $ cd myproject You can then work on any of the files and then check in the entire project when you are finished.
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As you work on a project with numerous files, you can use the update option, up, to check out just the ones you need, selecting the ones that have been changed since your last access.
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$ cvs up myproject To add a new file, you use the add option, and to delete a file, you use the remove option The file must be deleted from its working directory before you can use remove option. 3 You effect the changes with the commit option. $ cvs add mynewfile $ cvs commit -m "Added mynefile" myproject To create and extract new releases, you use the r options and specify the release number, such as 1.2 or 3.5. You create a new version with the commit command. The following example creates a new version, 1.2:
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You can then check out that release with the co option: $ cvs co r 1.2 myproject
Internet CVS Repositories
To access a repository on the Internet, you simply specify as the repository root the Internet site and the remote 3 directory for that repository. If you are dealing with only one CVS repository at a time, you can do this by assigning 3 the repository to the CVSROOT shell variable. The format for specifying the remote repository is as follows: :method:user@hostname:/path/to/repository The following example assigns the repository for KDE to the CVSROOT variable:
export CVSROOT=:pserver:anonymous@anoncvs.kde.org:/home/kde
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If you want to operate several sessions at once to different CVS repositories, use the cvs command with the -d option.
$ cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@anoncvs.kde.org:/home/kde
To access the remote repository, you first log in with the login option: $ cvs login Then, use the standard co (check-out) and commit options to check out and check in projects. When doing
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commit,ci
Description
Updates a CVS file, creating new versions. -rversion Allows you to specify the release and version number you want to begin with when creating a new version.
checkout,co The checkout command retrieves a version of a CVS file. -D date Check out revisions for a specific date. -d dir Check out to a specified directory. -r version Check out a specified version. import login logout rdiff remove update, up init admin Import files to CVS repository. Log into a remote CVS repository. Log out from a remote CVS repository. Show the differences between releases. Remove an entry from a repository. Update from a repository. Create a CVS repository. Administer files in the repository. -lrelease Lock a revision. -urelease Unlock a revision. -orelease Delete revision from the repository.
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