[Python-Dev] RELEASED: Python 2.2.1
11 Apr 2002 15:09:48 +0100
Neal Norwitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Guido van Rossum wrote:
> > > I really think CVS should be fixed. It's not really a case of moving
> > > a tag, it's more a case of adding files to a tag.
> > No, you should be able to recreate the tarball by using the tag. Too
> > bad that you can't exactly recreate the binaries -- a binary is what
> > it is, and rarely duplicatable 100%.
> > >  and WTF does cvs not pick up new directories by default? How is
> > > that a good idea?
> > Who knows. For years, I've got this in my .profile:
> > alias sup='cvs -z3 -q update -d -P'
> > It's the -d -P part that does it.
> Or add a .cvsrc file to your home directory:
> update -dP
Hmm. It seems that
in your .cvsrc *doesn't* do what you might think...
 If you're lost in the woods, just bury some fibre in the ground
carrying data. Fairly soon a JCB will be along to cut it for you
- follow the JCB back to civilsation/hitch a lift.
-- Simon Burr, cam.misc