Import to the CM Tool

The ‘Sources’ directory was renamed ‘s’ for the cvs import operation. This is to make room for the CVS repository which will be created using the original names.


In this example we have installed CVS onto s:\ (a shared network drive). This directory must be added to the PATH that windows uses to find executable programs, and another environment variable must be created to indicate where the CVS repository will be created.

You can execute these commands from the DOS prompt or insert it into your autoexec.bat file (for Windows 95/98) or use the system control panel in Windows NT to update the PATH environment variable.

set PATH=S:\;%PATH%

set CVSROOT=:local:p:\nettest\controlled_sources

The following cvs operations were performed from the p:\nettest\s directory.


cd p:\nettest\s

cvs -d :local:p:\nettest\controlled_sources init

cvs import -m "Initial import" . Trunk unifaceapp_1_0

Taking Control

Taking control
Directory structure
Creating a Reference Copy
Keeping the Reference Copy up to date
Final Directory Structure

How to use the driver with a configuration management solution (cont.)

Releasing a form
Checking a form in
Releasing a form and application model
Releasing registers
Adding a form
Merging code changes
Final notes

UD6 Overview
A methodology to Uniface source code control

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