VS: [cvsnt] Re: Any possibility to control branch acl on aper-filelevel using a "cvs chacl" -like command?

John Kinson cvs at yellowradio.com
Thu Aug 12 14:20:37 BST 2004


Yes, that's exactly right.  You want to examine the last field of the 
relevant line from the local CVS/Entries file: if it's blank, you're on 
the mainline.

JK

Kim Hansen wrote:

> I found something that I guess should work:
> 
> http://www.mail-archive.com/info-cvs@gnu.org/msg04095.html
> 
> Kim Hansen wrote:
> 
> 
>>How do I make my script aware of the branch on which the file is committed?
> 
> 
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