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Computing

CVS

NPL repository: https://w3.physics.uiuc.edu/cgi-bin/cvsweb/

(Old Berkeley repository: http://kaon.physics.berkeley.edu/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/mu/)

Use Case CVS Command
Create new sandbox from archive cvs -d your_user_name@zero.npl.uiuc.edu:/site/npl/mucap/cvsroot co prog06
What are the differences between the repository's version and my version of a file? cvs diff filename
Bring my sandbox up-to-date cvs update
Commit changes to file cvs commit -m "reason you are checking this file in"
Bring my sandbox up-to-date, discarding my uncommitted changes cvs update -C
Put a new file or directory under version control (afterward commit file ) cvs add filename
Remove a file from CVS (it is not neccessary to remove directories ) cvs rm -f filename
Pull code from a certain date cvs update -D '01/25/2002 12:00 PDT'
Pull code from certain branch/tag/revision cvs update -r tagname
Pull code the trunk, resetting "sticky" tags (needed after you use "cvs update -D" or "cvs update -r") cvs update -A
What branch/tag/date/revision are my files stuck to? cvs status
Who committed checkins on this file and why? (a.k.a "who broke the build" ) cvs log -Nb filename
What tags/branches have been attached to this file? cvs log filename
"Roll back" file to specified revision/tag/branch cvs update -pr tagname filename > filename
"Roll back" file to specified dat e cvs update -pD '01/25/2002 12:00 PDT' filename > filename
Rename file with Unix/CVS mv oldfile newfile cvs add newfile cvs rm oldfile cvs commit -m "renamed oldfile to newfile" newfile oldfile
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NPL repository: https://w3.physics.uiuc.edu/cgi-bin/cvsweb/

(Old Berkeley repository: http://kaon.physics.berkeley.edu/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/mu/)

 
Use Case CVS Command
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Create new sandbox from archive cvs -d mucap@kaon.physics.berkeley.edu:/home/mucap/cvsroot co prog06
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Create new sandbox from archive cvs -d your_user_name@zero.npl.uiuc.edu:/site/npl/mucap/cvsroot co prog06
 
What are the differences between the repository's version and my version of a file? cvs diff filename
Bring my sandbox up-to-date cvs update
Commit changes to file cvs commit -m "reason you are checking this file in"

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META TOPICPARENT name="AnalysisPeterKammel"
-- PeterKammel - 11 Jan 2007

Computing

CVS

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Berkeley repository: http://kaon.physics.berkeley.edu/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/mu/
 
Use Case CVS Command
Create new sandbox from archive cvs -d mucap@kaon.physics.berkeley.edu:/home/mucap/cvsroot co prog06
What are the differences between the repository's version and my version of a file? cvs diff filename

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META TOPICPARENT name="AnalysisPeterKammel"
-- PeterKammel - 11 Jan 2007

Computing

CVS

Use Case CVS Command
Create new sandbox from archive cvs -d mucap@kaon.physics.berkeley.edu:/home/mucap/cvsroot co prog06
What are the differences between the repository's version and my version of a file? cvs diff filename
Bring my sandbox up-to-date cvs update
Commit changes to file cvs commit -m "reason you are checking this file in"
Bring my sandbox up-to-date, discarding my uncommitted changes cvs update -C
Put a new file or directory under version control (afterward commit file ) cvs add filename
Remove a file from CVS (it is not neccessary to remove directories ) cvs rm -f filename
Pull code from a certain date cvs update -D '01/25/2002 12:00 PDT'
Pull code from certain branch/tag/revision cvs update -r tagname
Pull code the trunk, resetting "sticky" tags (needed after you use "cvs update -D" or "cvs update -r") cvs update -A
What branch/tag/date/revision are my files stuck to? cvs status
Who committed checkins on this file and why? (a.k.a "who broke the build" ) cvs log -Nb filename
What tags/branches have been attached to this file? cvs log filename
"Roll back" file to specified revision/tag/branch cvs update -pr tagname filename > filename
"Roll back" file to specified dat e cvs update -pD '01/25/2002 12:00 PDT' filename > filename
Rename file with Unix/CVS mv oldfile newfile cvs add newfile cvs rm oldfile cvs commit -m "renamed oldfile to newfile" newfile oldfile
 
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