cvs commit: src/tools/regression/usr.bin/env Makefile
Garance A Drosehn
gad at FreeBSD.org
Mon Jun 20 06:24:02 GMT 2005
At 8:09 AM +0200 6/20/05, Dag-Erling Smørgrav wrote:
>Garance A Drosehn <gad at FreeBSD.org> writes:
> > Minor observation, fwiw: The first time I tried to commit this,
> > I got an RCS template which did not include all the usual lines
> > for 'Submitted by:' and 'Approved by:', but the commit did fail
> > when I tried it without the 'Approved by:' line.
>A copy of the template is stored in your working template when you
>first check out the code, and that copy is used every time you
>commit (and normally never updated). Run 'cvs up -T' to replace
>it with a fresh copy from the repo.
Hmm. But all my other commits do get the correct template.
I have a CVSROOT directory in my home directory on freebsd.org,
and that has the correct version of rcstemplate in it. (but I
did do a 'cvs up -T' just for good measure, and that did update
some of the other files in there).
Maybe it's just due to the way I work on things. I don't work
on the freebsd.org machines, I only 'cvs checkout' the specific
modules I'm interested in on my local (MacOS 10!) machine, and
then scp files from there to my local freebsd machines. My
MacOS 10 machine doesn't have *any* CVSROOT directory on it, so
cvs is not getting the rcstemplate from there.
Not that this is all that important. I don't think anyone needs
to spend time on this, it just seemed unusual.
Garance Alistair Drosehn = gad at gilead.netel.rpi.edu
Senior Systems Programmer or gad at FreeBSD.org
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Troy, NY; USA
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