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Re: handbook: cvs or wiki?

From: "Jeremy C. Reed" <reed@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2005 11:30:27 -0700 (PDT)

On Wed, 15 Jun 2005, Thomas E. Spanjaard wrote:

> | p.s. Using anoncvs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:/home/dcvs I get:
> |
> | cvs server: /home/dcvs/CVSROOT/config: unrecognized keyword 'LocalKeyword
> | and
> | No space left on device

This problem was fixed.

But now for past few hours I receive: "Load too high, try again later."

> | What anoncvs server should I use?
> |
> | The download webpage only lists one.
> That is actually the only anoncvs mirror.

I will ask allbsd.org to add anoncvs for Dragonfly.

> I advise you to use cvsup
> instead. CVSup seems to be more popular in the FreeBSD world than
> anoncvs (which is popular in the NetBSD world :)).

As far as I know, cvsup will overwrite my changes. CVS works great
because it merges in my changes or clearly identifies conflicts when

Also, CVS makes it easy to prepare diffs so I can submit my changes.

I am open to using an alternative to cvs if it will merge in my changes
and make diffs as simple.

(Please carbon copy me on replies.)

 Jeremy C. Reed

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