[GRASS5] Digitizer drivers in v.digit
neteler at geog.uni-hannover.de
Thu May 11 12:41:24 EDT 2000
On Thu, May 11, 2000 at 09:18:59AM -0600, John Huddleston wrote:
> Markus (et al)
> Manually moving directories and files on the CVS server from the
> repository to outside the repository is not usually recommended.
thanks for you comment (I am still learning CVS).
> Let the CVS users execute the command
> 'cvs remove file-to-be-removed'
> then the file-to-be-removed stays in the CVS repository
> but is not longer accessible to main (HEAD) branch
Mhhh, I did following:
rm main.c # the old unused one
cvs rm main.c
mv bin_digit.c main.c
cvs add main.c
cvs ci -m"renamed bin_digit.c to main.c" bin_digit.c main.c
Looking into ATTIC shows:
Isn't that correct?
> However, it is still available for those
> who have tagged whole sections of code that need
> that file. On the CVS server, an Attic directory is
> created and the file goes there. Thus the file is
> still available for older builds (compliance with older
> systems or standards, etc.) but no longer is "seen"
> by developers working at the HEAD. The l option
> on cvs remove command is local directory only. The
> R or recursive option is default if no argument is given.
For my convenience I wrote two scripts:
- cvs.r.add # add a full directory with comments to CVS
- cvs.remove # remove a directory
These scripts consist of many cvs add, cvs rm and cvs ci
Perhaps my below message from yesterday was a bit confusing
(at least for Justin). Generally I am always using the cvs
commands (hopefully properly, otherwise please complain).
The missing commit from yesterday was due to a hardware
problem over here. Of course I should never announce before
committing! My apologies...
Excuse me and thank you for your valuable comments!
As Bernhard stated: It is good to have you here!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Markus Neteler <neteler at geog.uni-hannover.de>
> To: <grass5 at geog.uni-hannover.de>
> Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2000 8:51 AM
> Subject: Re: [GRASS5] Digitizer drivers in v.digit
> > > There were "unused" files in the v.digit directory as well, and we
> wanted to
> > > delete these (after all, I like to clean up code when I can :). Markus
> > > moved them to an unused directory in CVS and I recompiled v.digit
> without them
> > > and all went well (Markus, the new directory "unused" did not show up
> when I
> > > did the cvs update, is this a problem?). So in summary, we are confused
> > Mhh, it should. I would like to pass the question on our CVS
> > specialists :-)
> > Kind regards
> > Markus
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