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Re: setting up a cvs repository



On 09/12/02 Derrick 'dman' Hudson did speaketh:

> Ok, what is the right way to set up a CVS repository?
> 
> The problem is that new files created with 'cvs add ; cvs com' are not
> group writable.  They need to be group writable so other developers in
> the group can modify them later.  If I manually set the writable bit
> then everything is fine.  (manually means logging on to the server
> with the repository and running 'chmod' on the ,v file)  How can I
> make the file be group writable without the need for manual
> intervention?

    Try setting your CVS_UMASK environment variable appropriately. 

    Mike

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