On 7/11/2003 6:49 AM, Glen Mazza wrote:
I don't think so--it is helpful to immediately see the
version of the libraries when viewing the files.  I
suspect that text file you're mentioning will out fall
out of date--and users may be unaware of it.

I should preface this with: I've used CVS to submit *1* change, so I'm not exactly an expert here... ;-p


Is it not possible to display the 'modified date' and/or 'version' in a separate column in CVS? I thought that was what 'Rev.' was for... I guess the 'Timestamp' relates to the time the item was added to the library, and not necessarily the file's 'modification date'. Hope this helps in some way...

However, there *may* be an issue (I don't know, I
haven't researched the matter) of the team not relying
on production releases of other jars, but interim
releases where unwarranted, nightly builds, etc.,
which I would assume would make a mess in CVS due to
the different file names, constant atticking, etc. *That* might be something to work on: attempting to
rely on more production-release jars in the future.

...sounds messy... Don't forget to wash your hands afterwards... -- Clay Leeds - [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web Developer - Medata, Inc. - http://www.medata.com PGP Public Key: https://mail.medata.com/pgp/cleeds.asc

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