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Re: cvswrite.html: user@egcs != user@localhost


On Thu, 6 Aug 1998, Gerald Pfeifer wrote:
> On Tue, 4 Aug 1998, Jeffrey A Law wrote:
>>> Abstract: If your local user name is different from your user name at
>>> egcs.cygnus.com [...]
>> Seems reasonable to me.  Or better yet, always include the username,
>> regardless of whether or not it is the same.
> Okay. I have now committed the patch below.

I noticed that also the following is necessary and have checked it in
under the ``obvious typos'' clause.

Gerald

PS: To keep patches for review smaller, I have started discarding the
    "Last modified..." diffs.


Index: cvswrite.html
===================================================================
RCS file: /egcs/carton/cvsfiles/wwwdocs/htdocs/cvswrite.html,v
retrieving revision 1.6
diff -c -3 -p -r1.6 cvswrite.html
*** cvswrite.html	1998/08/06 04:44:19	1.6
--- cvswrite.html	1998/08/07 09:21:19
*************** your remote machine.  Set CVS_RSH in you
*** 40,48 ****
  the command
  
  <blockquote><code>
! cvs -z 9 -d egcs.cygnus.com:/egcs/carton/cvsfiles co egcs
  </code></blockquote>
  
  This will check out a new CVS tree that you should be able to work with
  in the normal fashion, including committing changes.
  
--- 40,49 ----
  the command
  
  <blockquote><code>
! cvs -z 9 -d username@egcs.cygnus.com:/egcs/carton/cvsfiles co egcs
  </code></blockquote>
  
+ where <code>username</code> is your user name at egcs.cygnus.com.
  This will check out a new CVS tree that you should be able to work with
  in the normal fashion, including committing changes.
  
*************** all the "Root" files in the local tree w
*** 54,61 ****
  username@egcs.cygnus.com:/egcs/carton/cvsfiles
  </code></blockquote>
  
- where <code>username</code> is your user name at egcs.cygnus.com.
- 
  
  <p>To avoid the nuisance of having to supply your passphrase for each
  operation, you may want to use <code>ssh-agent</code>(1) followed by
--- 55,60 ----



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