Re: Pleading for commit

In the last episode (Oct 24), Doug Barton said:
Duane Whitty wrote:
Patching it myself after every cvs update is not such a big deal; It
is forgetting to patch it after every update which is a big deal.

Write a little script for yourself that calls cvsup then runs patch
so you won't forget. :)

Or cvsup the CVS repository (instead of using checkout mode), check out
your working tree from there, and run "cvs update" to update your
sources, which will preserve local changes.

Dan Nelson
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