06 May 2004 20:32:31 +0200
> Michael, any chance of a small tutorial on how you "CVS" snd, sndlib or
> perhaps clm ?
Juan, there is no magic to do CVS. But it works only with Snd, not
with sndlib or CLM. The last lines in snd/README.Snd give
For example, if you have a directory ~/src.
cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/snd login
# press enter for password
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/snd co cvs-snd
and after finishing you have a directory ~/src/snd (or ~/src/cvs-snd,
I'm not sure; you can rename it like you want). The next day
cd ~/src/snd (or even ~/src/cvs-snd)
That's all. The user-side is very easy, unfortunately the
maintainer-side obviously not, like Bill said.
A circumvent for sndlib may be: untar and configure sndlib.tar.gz and
do softlinks of relevant files (snd/*.[ch]) from the cvs-snd tree to
sndlib's tree. But from time to time you may download sndlib.tar.gz
to update the configure* and config.h.in files too.