> Vince Vielhaber wrote:
> > Must have been a long time ago. Can I just do a cvs release or
> > something like that? I do all my work on hub.
> I don't know about such a command. And the real problem seems
> to me that there are multiple maintainers that treat it
> The content provided on the net should NOT be a checked out
> working copy. Any maintainter of the files should have it's
> own checkout local, ideally at a location where a web server
> can present it (like an apache virtual host). The files on
> the web site should be updated automatically by CVS rules at
> commit time.
I am sorry, but I am totally confused.
I have a cvs copy here. I do cvs commits, and I ftp the files to the
web site when I make a change. Yes, it would be nice to have cvs commit
automatically install them on the web site.
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