[cvsnt] CVS with LabView (binary) files

Martin Cole martin at martinjcole.com
Fri Feb 27 12:43:04 GMT 2004

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Well once watch is on for a module, it is the default behaviour.

As for creating modules with this behaviour, I only know how to do this in tortoisecvs, and is does become almost default as far as I can see


"Stephan" <stephan.gerhards at gmx.de> wrote in message news:c1ncp5$t73$1 at sisko.local.nodomain.org...
> Thank you again for your quick answer.
> Is there a way to make this the default behavior of CVS?
> Thanks
> Stephan
> martin schrieb:
> > Well I use tortoisecvs, but it's a similar option and it gets set at the
> > time of creating the module.
> > 
> > I found that it's easy to set the watch, by:
> > 
> > 1/ open a command window / command prompt (cmd.exe)
> > 2/ set the path to point to the cvs file eg. "path c:\program
> > files\tortoisecvs"
> > 3/ browse to the checked out module eg "cd c:\work\lv project"
> > 4/ type "cvs watch on"
> > 
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