[cvsnt] Absolute module names not allowed - parsing problems

Tony Hoyle tmh at nodomain.org
Tue Dec 2 12:02:31 GMT 2003

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On Tue, 2 Dec 2003 10:02:33 +0100, "Hartmut Honisch"
<hartmut_honisch at web.de> wrote:

>So my question is: Could you
>a) change cvs to either write that blank line to stdout or and some other
>kind of separator or
>b) add an option to "ls" to suppress the CVSROOT\modules part?
a) is easier... :)

I'll explicitly alllow 'ls -q /', as it seems to be used quite a lot.
Other module names etc. must not begin with slash, though.


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