Coda File System

RE: cvsignores

From: Liu Kang <>
Date: Sun, 9 Mar 2003 17:35:51 +0800
Why not set up a cvsweb interface like and many other
I think that may be benefit developers and the users of coda.

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephen J. Turnbull [] 
> Sent: Sunday, March 09, 2003 4:10 PM
> To: Jan Harkes
> Cc:
> Subject: cvsignores
> I decided to get rid of the CVS "I don't know what this is" 
> listing (I've got a cron job that updates my tree, and 
> especially in coda-src that list means I have to scroll down 
> a lot of lines in the cron mail to see whether anything 
> actually changed).  The attached file contains a list of 
> .cvsignore files and the relevant contents.  Sorry, it's not 
> a patch; there doesn't seem to be a way to convince CVS to 
> diff against a file that's not in the repository.
> This is just under coda; I haven't done the libraries yet.  
> But those are relatively few.
> Also, I've been precise with the exception that I got lazy 
> with the generated RPC2 stubs, and just used $(PROGRAM).*.c 
> for each PROGRAM using stubs instead of properly listing out 
> {server,client,...} (I think there were others), and I assume 
> that all *.d are generated Makefile dependencies.  Coda might 
> have other conventions that would make sense to implement as 
> globs, but I chose not to guess.
> If somebody wants to use them as is, I suggest adding 
> .cvsignore itself to each one; otherwise unless and until 
> they get added to the core, you'll get about two dozen "? 
> .cvsignore" lines from cvs.

Received on 2003-03-09 04:36:49