The access to LORENE CVS repository via the CVS username anonymous is read-only: one can download LORENE's sources but cannot put any modification in the repository. If you have improved or developed some part of LORENE and want everybody to benefit from it, please ask for a CVS username to Eric Gourgoulhon or Jérôme Novak. Then you will be able to use CVS to commit your changes, as follows:
cd <directoty_name>This will download from LORENE repository in Meudon any new version of files present in your working directory and all subdirectories. But it will not download any new subdirectory. In order to have them, you should type instead
cvs update -dIt could be a good strategy to always use this last command.
cvs commit -m "comment about what you have done..."If you don't specify the -m option, CVS will prompt you with some editor (usually vi !, unless you setup the environment variable $CVSEDITOR, i.e. add the line
setenv CVSEDITOR emacs
to your .cshrc or .tcshrc file).
cvs add <file_name>
cvs -n -q updateTo get the history of the successive versions of a given file, type
cvs log <file_name>
man cvsYou can also have a look to the Postscript manual cvs.ps. On a Linux system, you can locate it by
locate cvs.ps(for instance: /usr/share/doc/cvs-1.11/cvs.ps)
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