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Re: Help me to user RCS

From: Aaron S. Hawley
Subject: Re: Help me to user RCS
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2003 12:30:30 -0400 (EDT)

RCS has limited amounts of project management abilities.  such simple
string and file structure issues could easily be accomplished by using RCS
along with some homemade shell scripts.  noting that you can specify where
to checkin a file as the second file argument:

ci a.c /home/checkin/FMM/AZ/RCS/a.c,v

it seems the most common solution in the past was to use soft links (`ln
-s`) in user directories to appropriate RCS subdirectories.

and i'd imagine if that suggestions provides too much difficulty but your
project development design has some flexibility, then take a look into

let us know if you need more help.

On Wed, 23 Apr 2003, Bhaskar Satyanarayana wrote:

> Hi,
>       I have a problem. I want to create different directories for
> different projects while checking in to rcs.
> Ex: My project name is : FMM
>       My Team name is   : AZ
>       My default directory to checkin all the files : /home/checkin
>       Now when a user <user1> checks in the file <a.c> I want to create
> directory with </home/checkin/FMM/AZ/RCS> under this I want to put a.c
> file.
> How can I achieve it..?
> Hope it is clear.
> Thanks & Regards,
> Bhaskar S.

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