cvs-get aims at providing users with an easy way of grabbing current cvs snapshots for a variety of programs whose locations are included in a sources file.
- The ability to grab a cvs module to a pre-specified source directory via a simple command like cvs-get grab module(s)
- The ability to list currently available modules in the sources file via cvs-get list
- The ability to update the cvs.sources file via cvs-get update
- The ability to automatically build deb files from Debian enabled cvs source trees with cvs-get debuild module
- An unsupported LFS Package Manager infrastructure, see the README for more details.
Download cvs-get 0.3 here.
Note: cvs-get also requires Perl, cvs, and libwww-perl; all of these programs are available at freshmeat.net.
- cd to the directory where you downloaded cvs-get_0.3.tgz
- Type tar xvzf cvs-get_0.3.tgz
- Type cd cvs-get
- Read the Install section in the Readme file if you are doing are not doing a system-wide install, otherwise;
- If you are doing a global install, simply type "make install" and cvs-get will be installed in /usr/local.
- Now all you have to do is type cvs-get grab module(s) and cvs-get will grab the specified cvs module to your Grab Directory.
- To read about further fuctionality, read the included README file.
cvs-get is license under GPL. Please send any additions/modifications/suggestions for cvs-get to email@example.com.
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