|Subject:||Re: Editing files|
|Date:||Sat, 21 Jul 2007 04:00:10 -0400|
Aditi Gupta <address@hidden > wrote:
> If I want to add some lines to a code that exists in a CVS repository, then
> can I open an editor while in CVS?
What do you mean by "while in CVS" ?
> $ cvs vi <filename> ?
> If not, what shall I do?
cvs checkout <name-of-your-project>
and when you're done,
> Is there a way to copy paste some lines from one code to the other while in
> CVS ?
Again there is no such thing as "while in CVS". Once you check out
a sandbox, you have a private copy of the files and you can do
anything you want to them. When your private copy is in a state
you like, you can commit your changes.
pa at panix dot com
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