Running Arbitrary Scripts Under CVS
O'Reilly gets fancy with
"Five files in the CVSROOT directory of the repository enable you to run arbitrary scripts when a file is committed or tagged. Common uses for these files include interfacing CVS to a bug management system, a change tracker, or another tool; enforcing compliance with a project policy; and triggering processes such as automated export programs."
(Submitted by Noel Fri Jun 6, 2003 )
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