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Mon, 6 Nov 2000 14:40:38 +0531 (IST)
Thanks for the prompt response .
Derek , I feel you have not understood my question correctly.
I have an RCS repository at a remote location (at a machine which is in US),
and I want to check-out , check-in the files into the remote repository
without logging on to the remote machine.
I want to do this sitting on my machine (which is in India) without even
mounting the remote machine.
and I donot want to move to CVS or to some other Version control system.
I know this was quite possible if I moved to cvs .
In cvs it is possible by using the command:
cvs -d address@hidden:/net/jojo/home/Repository co src
assuming indra is a machine in India and jojo is a machine at some remote
Is something like this possible in RCS.
If yes, can you please let me know the command using which this can be done.
Your prompt help would be greatly appreciated.
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> Richa Munjal wrote:
> > I am a user of RCS .
> > I have all my repositories in RCS.
> > These repositories are located in US.i.e they physically reside on some
> > machines in US
> > I want to check-out the code from RCS repositories sitting in India
> > without having to log on
> > to a US machine and without having the US machines mounted onto india
> > machines.
> > Is it possible to achive this icnRCS.
> > Can some kind of wrapper be writted around RCS that can facilitate this.
> CVS does these things and is based on the RCS file format so changeover is
> easy. Take a look at the CVS doc at
> http://www.cvshome.org/docs/manual/index.html and specifically, the section
> on converting from RCS: http://www.cvshome.org/docs/manual/cvs_3.html#SEC41
> . Feel free to browse http://CVSHome.org for other general information.
> Derek Price CVS Solutions Architect ( http://CVSHome.org
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