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    newbie CVS question

    I'm trying to create a module that would just be $CVSROOT, so when I checkout the module, it would checkout everything in the repository. How would I go about configuring this?
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    Re:newbie CVS question

    First, you need to tell CVS where your directory is. To do this, you would do
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    cvs -d /your/directory/CVSROOT init
    Then you would check out the module --> Edit it --> commit it for changes to take effect.

    Depending on which client you are using with CVS, it differ on how to do thing. Here is some manuals for working with CVS.

    CVS Manual - command line
    Cervisia - part of KDE - manual

    I, myself, like subversion; a CVS extension with security in mind.

    HTH

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    Re:newbie CVS question

    Thanks for your reply.
    I already created the directory and made the repository, I'm talking about how do I configure the modules file?
    Thanks.

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    Thanks, I was just being stupid, a simple / would've sufficed.

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    Being there, done that. ;D

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