I was looking at the cvsweb conf file and I started wondering if accepting the cvsup-mirror defaults was the right thing to do.
Playing with the cvsweb config file, the examples showed "local", FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and NetBSD as options.
I noticed FreeBSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD all pointed to the same directory. Local pointed somewhere else.
If I create a local repository for stuff I try to write (which is SOME time off in the future :-), I can understand it being in its own directory.
My question is, should I have put FreeBSD into something like /home/ncvs/FreeBSD instead of /home/ncvs?
Where I am right now, I have trouble understanding the black magic of cvs.
If putting multiple things into /home/ncvs (like FreeBSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD in this example) is not a problem, can someone explain how cvs is going to keep things straight?
If I would be better off, long term, moving FreeBSD from /home/ncvs to /home/ncvs/FreeBSD, can someone outline what I have to do in order to keep my cvsup-mirror running?
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