Re: Using CVS for package development
Jason Gunthorpe <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> 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.
I guess I was looking for -ko, since you wouldn't want to be rewriting
the $Id$ values for the upstream source unless you actually changed
things, and even then it's kind of iffy since your tree has nothing to
do with theirs. In addition, without -ko, you'd get a bunch of
spurious diffs against the upstream source.
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