Our CVS repository may be accessed by using ssh terminal to connect to metaverse.colorado.edu with your default identikey user name and password. You can find ssh here. SSH is installed on all lab machines.
These scripts require a few environment variables. Edit your .cshrc file in your root direcotry (assuming you use tcsh or csh) to contain the following data, replacing "walkesd" with your lastname and first initial, and GroupX with your project group in the form GroupN where N may be found hereset CVSROOT=(:pserver:email@example.com:/cvs5623) set CVSABSCHECKOUTDIR=(~/ECEN5623/Project) set CVSRELCHECKOUTDIR=(GroupX) set CVSMODULE=(GroupX)
An example .cshrc file is shown here
Type "tcsh" at the command line to update your changes.
These script files assume that they are placed in and run from the sandbox root directory (ie the directory specified as CVSABSCHECKOUTDIR).
Use the cvscheckout script file with no argument to check out the project.
Use the cvscommit script file with no argument to commit changes you have done in your local sandbox to files stored in the repository.
Use the cvsaddfile filename.ext command to add a the file "filename.ext" to the repository. This script assumes filename.ext has been created and placed inside your project directory.
Make sure that you have the latest of all repository files by using the cvsupdate command at the command line.
Use "cvs -H [command name]" to get help on a specific command. Use "cvs --help-command" to list all cvs commands.
If you write a helpful script for use with this class, please let me know and I will add it to this page.
CSOps Application Software Overview.