On Wed, Sep 13, 2000 at 11:16:47PM -0400, Barrie Slaymaker wrote:
> Adam Turoff wrote:
> > Well, use CVS, not su.
> the su was for when not using the pserver, since I'm not sure whether CVS uses
> your UID, or some environment variable to grab your user name when not using
> the pserver.
Oh, that's right. You're coding the general solution for this,
not solving the local Perl-to-CVS problem.
> > That presumes that cvs-scratch/jhi was instantiated like this:
> > cvs -d ":pserver:(jhi|gsar|...)@loalhost:/cvs" co perl -d cvs-scratch/\1
> vcp's using a single scratch dir right now,
Which explains why that 'cvs' guy is patching Perl faster than Chip did.
> I wonder if it could simply
> tweak CVSROOT before doing all the 'add', 'edit', 'remove' and 'commit'
> commands. Or perhaps just before the 'commit', would need to test.
CVSROOT should be a moot point once the working copy is checked
out. It's saved in one of the ./CVS/* files. It's only an issue
when checking out a working copy in someone's name.
Unless you're just hacking around the way CVS does business.
I suppose you could do this with a single repository and write
a one liner to forcibly turn Jarkko into Sarathy and back again.
Never thought of that. Probably not as tricky as it sounds.