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prog_postgresql

prog_postgresql

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Two directory areas are required for CVSup to do it’s job: a local CVS repository (or simply a
directory area if you are fetching a snapshot rather than a repository; see below) and a local
CVSup bookkeeping area. These can coexist in the same directory tree.

Decide where you want to keep your local copy of the CVS repository. On one of our systems
we recently set up a repository in /home/cvs/, but had formerly kept it under a Postgres
development tree in /opt/postgres/cvs/. If you intend to keep your repository in

/home/cvs/, then put

setenv CVSROOT /home/cvs

in your .cshrc file, or a similar line in your .bashrc or .profile file, depending on your
shell.

The cvs repository area must be initialized. Once CVSROOT is set, then this can be done with
a single command:

$ cvs init

after which you should see at least a directory named CVSROOT when listing the CVSROOT
directory:

$ ls $CVSROOT

CVSROOT/

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