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Wed, 2 Oct 2002 20:04:30 +1000
I had one original problem, and now I have two. Here they are,
Original problem: I have a binary file that I'd like to store in
CVS. It's a file used on Mac OS X, and needs to have
type/creator codes set properly in the filesystem. These codes
don't survive a pass through the CVS repository (they are empty
when the file is checked out).
So I figured I could tell CVS to execute the command
"/Developer/Tools/SetFile -t ENDB -c ENDN %s" whenever it
updates the file locally. However, I can't figure out how to do
this. When I tried to add them to my CVSROOT/cvswrappers file,
I started getting the error "cvs [server aborted]: -t/-f
wrappers not supported by this version of CVS". How can I solve
I've got a remote repository that I access over SSH.
Second problem: now my CVSROOT/cvswrappers file is unusable
because of the above error, and I can't commit changes in order
to fix it - because of the same error. How can I fix it if I
can't commit changes?
I didn't anticipate this problem, because the cvswrappers file
shouldn't be matched by the wildcard I used. Here's what I
committed in it:
TC*References -f '/Developer/Tools/SetFile -t ENDB "%s"'