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Re: Using CVS for package development

On 26 May 1997, Rob Browning wrote:

> Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@datasync.com> writes:
> > 	I would really like to get into using CVS for my package
> >  development tree, but I have been held back by the hassle of
> >  releasing packages.
> I wondered about this, and I had a question.  I looked around in the
> CVS manual a little and didn't find anything, but feel free to tell me
> to RTFM if the answer's in the M.
> What do you do about packages whose upstream source is already being
> managed by CVS and already has $Id$ markers, etc in it?

Nothing. When you check it into CVS it will rewrite all of the $Id: $
markers and friends to reflect your CVS tree. It shouldn't have any
problems. You might not want that so you can turn off substitution with
-ko I think.


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