... Project1
``Almost all files relating to Apache, either the actual sources or the files that aren't part of the distribution, are maintained in a CVS repository.'' http://dev.apache.org/devnotes
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... Communicator2
``We will be making the source available through other methods, including public (read-only) CVS servers'' http://www.mozilla.org/download.html
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... days.3
For an interesting account, read: Lessons Learned Administering Netscape's Internet Site at this URL: http://www.computer.org/internet/ic1997/w2toc.htm
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Except for logging in to the site repository (Section 2.5), which you may have to repeat when prompted on occasion.
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... programs.5
``Setup to run Java'' means you've installed Sun's JDK for your platform, which is not difficult but is outside the scope of this writeup. See: http://java.sun.com/products/
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... started:6
Can someone with a Macintosh tell me (sean@interactivate.com) how the setup works? Is there any special trick necessary? Is it a complete Macintosh Easy Install deal, or do you just unstuff one program file and click on it?
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... server.7
Version control software was developed with a library model in mind, where each computer file was treated like a unique library book--anyone editing the file had to ``check it out'' of the library, and before another user could edit the file, the current user had to ``check in'' the same file back to the library. Although CVS version control has evolved well beyond this original library metaphor, it may help to understand some of the original terminology as you work with it. MacCVSClient uses ``check in'' as a preferred synonym for ``commit.''
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... command:8
Having trouble finding a ``commit'' command in MacCVSClient? Remember that ``check in'' can be used as a synonym for ``commit.''
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... editor.9
Anyone know how this log message entry works on a Macintosh? SimpleText?
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... once.10
The `C' in CVS stands for concurrent.
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....11
We currently handle ten web-related projects with CVS: seven customer sites, our own site, and two software development projects.
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copyright © 1997-1999 sean dreilinger.