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!, in modules fileC.1.4 Excluding directories

#
#cvs.lock, removing10.5 Several developers simultaneously attempting to run CVS
#cvs.lock, technical details2.2.6 CVS locks in the repository
#cvs.rfl, and backups2.7 Backing up a repository
#cvs.rfl, removing10.5 Several developers simultaneously attempting to run CVS
#cvs.rfl, technical details2.2.6 CVS locks in the repository
#cvs.tfl2.2.6 CVS locks in the repository
#cvs.wfl, removing10.5 Several developers simultaneously attempting to run CVS
#cvs.wfl, technical details2.2.6 CVS locks in the repository

&
&, in modules fileC.1.3 Ampersand modules

-
-a, in modules fileC.1.1 Alias modules
-d, in modules fileC.1.5 Module options
-e, in modules fileC.1.5 Module options
-e, in modules fileC.1.6 How the modules file “program options” programs are run
-j (merging branches)5.6 Merging an entire branch
-j (merging branches), and keyword substitution5.10 Merging and keywords
-k (keyword substitution)12.4 Substitution modes
-kk, to avoid conflicts during a merge5.10 Merging and keywords
-o, in modules fileC.1.5 Module options
-o, in modules fileC.1.6 How the modules file “program options” programs are run
-s, in modules fileC.1.5 Module options
-t, in modules fileC.1.5 Module options
-t, in modules fileC.1.6 How the modules file “program options” programs are run

.
.# filesA.17.2 update output
.bashrc, setting CVSROOT in2.1 Telling CVS where your repository is
.cshrc, setting CVSROOT in2.1 Telling CVS where your repository is
.cvsrc fileA.3 Default options and the ~/.cvsrc file
.profile, setting CVSROOT in2.1 Telling CVS where your repository is
.tcshrc, setting CVSROOT in2.1 Telling CVS where your repository is

/
/usr/local/cvsroot, as example repository2. The Repository

:
:ext:, setting up2.9.2 Connecting with rsh
:ext:, troubleshootingF.2 Trouble making a connection to a CVS server
:fork:, setting up2.9.6 Connecting with fork
:gserver:, setting up2.9.4 Direct connection with GSSAPI
:kserver:, setting up2.9.5 Direct connection with Kerberos
:local:, setting up2. The Repository
:pserver:, setting up2.9.3.2 Using the client with password authentication
:pserver:, troubleshootingF.2 Trouble making a connection to a CVS server
:server:, setting up2.9.2 Connecting with rsh
:server:, troubleshootingF.2 Trouble making a connection to a CVS server

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__ files (VMS)A.17.2 update output

A
Abandoning work10.6.3 How to edit a file which is being watched
Access a branch5.3 Accessing branches
add (subcommand)7.1 Adding files to a directory
Adding a tag4.4 Tags–Symbolic revisions
Adding files7.1 Adding files to a directory
Admin (subcommand)A.6 admin—Administration
Administrative files (intro)2.4 The administrative files
Administrative files (reference)C. Reference manual for Administrative files
Administrative files, editing them2.4.1 Editing administrative files
Alias modulesC.1.1 Alias modules
ALL in commitinfoC.4.1 Commitinfo
Ampersand modulesC.1.3 Ampersand modules
annotate (subcommand)A.7 annotate—What revision modified each line of a file?
Atomic transactions, lack of10.5 Several developers simultaneously attempting to run CVS
Attic2.2.4 The attic
Authenticated client, using2.9.3.2 Using the client with password authentication
Authenticating server, setting up2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
Authentication, streamA.4 Global options
Author keyword12.1 Keyword List
Automatically ignored filesC.7 Ignoring files via cvsignore
Avoiding editor invocationA.5 Common command options

B
Backing up, repository2.7 Backing up a repository
Base directory, in CVS directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
BASE, as reserved tag name4.4 Tags–Symbolic revisions
BASE, special tagA.5 Common command options
Baserev file, in CVS directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
Baserev.tmp file, in CVS directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
Bill of materials14. How your build system interacts with CVS
Binary files9. Handling binary files
Branch merge example5.6 Merging an entire branch
Branch number4.1 Revision numbers
Branch number5.4 Branches and revisions
Branch tags, deleting4.7 Deleting, moving, and renaming tags
Branch tags, moving4.7 Deleting, moving, and renaming tags
Branch, accessing5.3 Accessing branches
Branch, check out5.3 Accessing branches
Branch, creating a5.2 Creating a branch
Branch, identifying5.3 Accessing branches
Branch, retrieving5.3 Accessing branches
Branch, vendor-13. Tracking third-party sources
Branches motivation5.1 What branches are good for
Branches, copying changes between5. Branching and merging
Branches, sticky5.3 Accessing branches
Branching5. Branching and merging
Bringing a file up to date10.2 Bringing a file up to date
Bugs in this manual or CVSH. Dealing with bugs in CVS or this manual
Bugs, reportingH. Dealing with bugs in CVS or this manual
Builds14. How your build system interacts with CVS

C
Changes, copying between branches5. Branching and merging
Changing a log messageA.6.1 admin options
Check out a branch5.3 Accessing branches
Checked out copy, keepingC.4.4.2 Keeping a checked out copy
Checking out source1.3.1 Getting the source
checkout (subcommand)A.8 checkout—Check out sources for editing
Checkout programC.1.5 Module options
Checkout, as term for getting ready to edit10.6.3 How to edit a file which is being watched
Checkout, example1.3.1 Getting the source
checkoutlistC.8 The checkoutlist file
Choosing, reserved or unreserved checkouts10.7 Choosing between reserved or unreserved checkouts
Cleaning up1.3.3 Cleaning up
Client/Server Operation2.9 Remote repositories
Client/Server Operation, port specification2.9 Remote repositories
Client/Server Operation, port specification2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
co (subcommand)A.8 checkout—Check out sources for editing
Command referenceB. Quick reference to CVS commands
Command structureA.1 Overall structure of CVS commands
Comment leaderA.6.1 admin options
commit (subcommand)A.9 commit—Check files into the repository
`commitinfo'C.4.1 Commitinfo
`commitinfo', command environmentC.4.1 Commitinfo
`commitinfo', working directoryC.4.1 Commitinfo
Commits, precommit verification ofC.4.1 Commitinfo
Committing changes to files1.3.2 Committing your changes
Committing, administrative support filesC.4 The commit support files
Committing, when to11.1 When to commit?
Common optionsA.5 Common command options
Common syntax of info filesC.3.1 The common syntax
Compatibility, between CVS versionsE. Compatibility between CVS Versions
CompressionA.4 Global options
CompressionB. Quick reference to CVS commands
COMSPEC, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
config, in CVSROOTC.11 The CVSROOT/config configuration file
Conflict markers10.3 Conflicts example
Conflict resolution10.3 Conflicts example
Conflicts (merge example)10.3 Conflicts example
Contributors (CVS program)1.1 What is CVS?
Contributors (manual)G. Credits
Copying a repository2.8 Moving a repository
Copying changes5. Branching and merging
Correcting a log messageA.6.1 admin options
Creating a branch5.2 Creating a branch
Creating a project3. Starting a project with CVS
Creating a repository2.6 Creating a repository
Credits (CVS program)1.1 What is CVS?
Credits (manual)G. Credits
CVS 1.6, and watches10.6.5 Using watches with old versions of CVS
CVS command structureA.1 Overall structure of CVS commands
CVS directory, in repository2.2.5 The CVS directory in the repository
CVS directory, in working directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS passwd file2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
CVS, history of1.1 What is CVS?
CVS, introduction to1.1 What is CVS?
CVS, versions ofE. Compatibility between CVS Versions
CVS/Base directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Baserev file2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Baserev.tmp file2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Entries file2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Entries.Backup file2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Entries.Log file2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Entries.Static file2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Notify file2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Notify.tmp file2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Repository file2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Root file2.1 Telling CVS where your repository is
CVS/Tag file2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Template file2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS_CLIENT_LOG, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVS_CLIENT_PORT2.9.5 Direct connection with Kerberos
CVS_IGNORE_REMOTE_ROOT, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVS_PASSFILE, environment variable2.9.3.2 Using the client with password authentication
CVS_RCMD_PORT, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVS_RSH, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVS_SERVER, and :fork:2.9.6 Connecting with fork
CVS_SERVER, environment variable2.9.2 Connecting with rsh
CVS_SERVER_SLEEP, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVS_USER, environment variableC.10 Expansions in administrative files
cvsadminA.6 admin—Administration
CVSEDITOR, environment variable1.3.2 Committing your changes
CVSEDITOR, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVSEDITOR, internal variableC.10 Expansions in administrative files
cvsignore (admin file), globalC.7 Ignoring files via cvsignore
CVSIGNORE, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVSREAD, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVSREAD, overridingA.4 Global options
cvsroot2. The Repository
CVSROOT (file)C. Reference manual for Administrative files
CVSROOT, environment variable2.1 Telling CVS where your repository is
CVSROOT, internal variableC.10 Expansions in administrative files
CVSROOT, module name2.4 The administrative files
CVSROOT, multiple repositories2.5 Multiple repositories
CVSROOT, overridingA.4 Global options
CVSROOT, storage of files2.2.7 How files are stored in the CVSROOT directory
CVSROOT/configC.11 The CVSROOT/config configuration file
CVSROOT/Emptydir directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVSROOT/val-tags file, and read-only access to projects2.2.2 File permissions
CVSROOT/val-tags file, forcing tags intoF.1 Partial list of error messages
CVSUMASK, environment variable2.2.2 File permissions
cvswrappers (admin file)C.2 The cvswrappers file
CVSWRAPPERS, environment variableC.2 The cvswrappers file
CVSWRAPPERS, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS

D
Date keyword12.1 Keyword List
DatesA.5 Common command options
Dead state2.2.4 The attic
Decimal revision number4.1 Revision numbers
DEFAULT in commitinfoC.4.1 Commitinfo
DEFAULT in editinfoC.4.3 Editinfo
DEFAULT in `verifymsg'C.4.2 Verifying log messages
Defining a module3.2 Defining the module
Defining modules (intro)2.4 The administrative files
Defining modules (reference manual)C.1 The modules file
Deleting branch tags4.7 Deleting, moving, and renaming tags
Deleting files7.2 Removing files
Deleting revisionsA.6.1 admin options
Deleting sticky tags4.9 Sticky tags
Deleting tags4.7 Deleting, moving, and renaming tags
Descending directories6. Recursive behavior
Device nodes15. Special Files
Diff1.3.4 Viewing differences
diff (subcommand)A.10 diff—Show differences between revisions
Differences, merging5.8 Merging differences between any two revisions
Directories, moving7.5 Moving and renaming directories
Directories, removing7.3 Removing directories
Directory, descending6. Recursive behavior
Disjoint repositories2.5 Multiple repositories
Distributing log messagesC.4.4 Loginfo
driver.c (merge example)10.3 Conflicts example

E
edit (subcommand)10.6.3 How to edit a file which is being watched
editinfo (admin file)C.4.3 Editinfo
Editing administrative files2.4.1 Editing administrative files
Editing the modules file3.2 Defining the module
Editor, avoiding invocation ofA.5 Common command options
EDITOR, environment variable1.3.2 Committing your changes
EDITOR, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
EDITOR, internal variableC.10 Expansions in administrative files
EDITOR, overridingA.4 Global options
Editor, specifying per moduleC.4.3 Editinfo
editors (subcommand)10.6.4 Information about who is watching and editing
emerge10.3 Conflicts example
Emptydir, in CVSROOT directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
EncryptionA.4 Global options
Entries file, in CVS directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
Entries.Backup file, in CVS directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
Entries.Log file, in CVS directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
Entries.Static file, in CVS directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
Environment variablesD. All environment variables which affect CVS
environment variables, passed to administrative filesC.10 Expansions in administrative files
Errors, reportingH. Dealing with bugs in CVS or this manual
Example of a work-session1.3 A sample session
Example of merge10.3 Conflicts example
Example, branch merge5.6 Merging an entire branch
Excluding directories, in modules fileC.1.4 Excluding directories
Exit status, of commitinfoC.4.1 Commitinfo
Exit status, of CVSA.2 CVS's exit status
Exit status, of editorF.1 Partial list of error messages
Exit status, of `verifymsg'C.4.2 Verifying log messages
export (subcommand)A.11 export—Export sources from CVS, similar to checkout
Export programC.1.5 Module options

F
Fetching source1.3.1 Getting the source
File had conflicts on merge10.1 File status
File locking10. Multiple developers
File permissions, general2.2.2 File permissions
File permissions, Windows-specific2.2.3 File Permission issues specific to Windows
File status10.1 File status
Files, moving7.4 Moving and renaming files
Files, reference manualC. Reference manual for Administrative files
Fixing a log messageA.6.1 admin options
Forcing a tag matchA.5 Common command options
fork, access method2.9.6 Connecting with fork
Form for log messageC.5 Rcsinfo
Format of CVS commandsA.1 Overall structure of CVS commands

G
Getting started1.3 A sample session
Getting the source1.3.1 Getting the source
Global cvsignoreC.7 Ignoring files via cvsignore
Global optionsA.4 Global options
Group, UNIX file permissions, in repository2.2.2 File permissions
gserver (client/server connection method), port specification2.9 Remote repositories
gserver (client/server connection method), port specification2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
GSSAPI2.9.4 Direct connection with GSSAPI
GzipA.4 Global options
GzipB. Quick reference to CVS commands

H
Hard links15. Special Files
HEAD, as reserved tag name4.4 Tags–Symbolic revisions
HEAD, special tagA.5 Common command options
Header keyword12.1 Keyword List
history (subcommand)A.12 history—Show status of files and users
History browsing8. History browsing
History fileC.9 The history file
History files2.2.1 Where files are stored within the repository
History of CVS1.1 What is CVS?
HOME, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
HOMEDRIVE, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
HOMEPATH, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS

I
Id keyword12.1 Keyword List
Ident (shell command)12.2 Using keywords
Identifying a branch5.3 Accessing branches
Identifying files12. Keyword substitution
Ignored filesC.7 Ignoring files via cvsignore
Ignoring filesC.7 Ignoring files via cvsignore
import (subcommand)A.13 import—Import sources into CVS, using vendor branches
Importing files3.1.1 Creating a directory tree from a number of files
Importing files, from other version control systems3.1.2 Creating Files From Other Version Control Systems
Importing modules13.1 Importing for the first time
IndexIndex
inetd, configuring for pserver2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
Info filesC.3 The Trigger Scripts
Info files (syntax)C.3.1 The common syntax
Info files, securityC.3.2 Security and the Trigger Scripts
Informing others10.4 Informing others about commits
init (subcommand)2.6 Creating a repository
Installed images (VMS)2.2.2 File permissions
Internal variablesC.10 Expansions in administrative files
Introduction to CVS1.1 What is CVS?
Invoking CVSB. Quick reference to CVS commands
Isolation8. History browsing

J
Join5.6 Merging an entire branch

K
Keeping a checked out copyC.4.4.2 Keeping a checked out copy
Kerberos, using :gserver:2.9.4 Direct connection with GSSAPI
Kerberos, using :kserver:2.9.5 Direct connection with Kerberos
Kerberos, using kerberized rsh2.9.2 Connecting with rsh
Keyword expansion12. Keyword substitution
Keyword List12.1 Keyword List
Keyword substitution12. Keyword substitution
Keyword substitution, and merging5.10 Merging and keywords
Keyword substitution, changing modes12.4 Substitution modes
Kflag12.4 Substitution modes
kinit2.9.5 Direct connection with Kerberos
Known bugs in this manual or CVSH. Dealing with bugs in CVS or this manual
kserver (client/server connection method), port specification2.9 Remote repositories
kserver (client/server connection method), port specification2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication

L
Layout of repository2. The Repository
Left-hand optionsA.4 Global options
Linear development4.1 Revision numbers
Link, symbolic, importingA.13.2 import output
List, mailing list1.1 What is CVS?
Locally Added10.1 File status
Locally Modified10.1 File status
Locally Removed10.1 File status
LockDir, in CVSROOT/configC.11 The CVSROOT/config configuration file
Locker keyword12.1 Keyword List
Locking files10. Multiple developers
Locks, cvs, and backups2.7 Backing up a repository
Locks, cvs, introduction10.5 Several developers simultaneously attempting to run CVS
Locks, cvs, technical details2.2.6 CVS locks in the repository
log (subcommand)A.14 log—Print out log information for files
Log information, savingC.9 The history file
Log keyword12.1 Keyword List
Log message entry1.3.2 Committing your changes
Log message templateC.5 Rcsinfo
Log message, correctingA.6.1 admin options
Log message, verifyingC.4.2 Verifying log messages
Log messagesC.4.4 Loginfo
Log messages, editingC.4.3 Editinfo
LogHistory, in CVSROOT/configC.11 The CVSROOT/config configuration file
Login (subcommand)2.9.3.2 Using the client with password authentication
loginfo (admin file)C.4.4 Loginfo
LOGNAME, environment variableC.10 Expansions in administrative files
Logout (subcommand)2.9.3.2 Using the client with password authentication

M
Mail, automatic mail on commit10.4 Informing others about commits
Mailing list1.1 What is CVS?
Mailing log messagesC.4.4 Loginfo
Main trunk and branches5. Branching and merging
make14. How your build system interacts with CVS
Many repositories2.5 Multiple repositories
Markers, conflict10.3 Conflicts example
Merge, an example10.3 Conflicts example
Merge, branch example5.6 Merging an entire branch
Merging5. Branching and merging
Merging a branch5.6 Merging an entire branch
Merging a file10.2 Bringing a file up to date
Merging two revisions5.8 Merging differences between any two revisions
Merging, and keyword substitution5.10 Merging and keywords
mkmodulesF.1 Partial list of error messages
Modifications, copying between branches5. Branching and merging
Module statusC.1.5 Module options
Module, defining3.2 Defining the module
Modules (admin file)C.1 The modules file
Modules file2.4 The administrative files
Modules file program optionsC.1.6 How the modules file “program options” programs are run
Modules file, changing3.2 Defining the module
modules.db2.2.7 How files are stored in the CVSROOT directory
modules.dir2.2.7 How files are stored in the CVSROOT directory
modules.pag2.2.7 How files are stored in the CVSROOT directory
Motivation for branches5.1 What branches are good for
Moving a repository2.8 Moving a repository
Moving branch tags4.7 Deleting, moving, and renaming tags
Moving directories7.5 Moving and renaming directories
Moving files7.4 Moving and renaming files
Moving tags4.7 Deleting, moving, and renaming tags
Multiple developers10. Multiple developers
Multiple repositories2.5 Multiple repositories

N
Name keyword12.1 Keyword List
Name, symbolic (tag)4.4 Tags–Symbolic revisions
Needs Checkout10.1 File status
Needs Merge10.1 File status
Needs Patch10.1 File status
Newsgroups1.1 What is CVS?
notify (admin file)10.6.2 Telling CVS to notify you
Notify file, in CVS directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
Notify.tmp file, in CVS directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
Number, branch4.1 Revision numbers
Number, branch5.4 Branches and revisions
Number, revision-4.1 Revision numbers

O
Option defaultsA.3 Default options and the ~/.cvsrc file
Options, globalA.4 Global options
Options, in modules fileC.1.5 Module options
Outdating revisionsA.6.1 admin options
Overlap10.2 Bringing a file up to date
Overriding CVSREADA.4 Global options
Overriding CVSROOTA.4 Global options
Overriding EDITORA.4 Global options
Overriding RCSBINA.4 Global options
Overriding TMPDIRA.4 Global options
Overview1. Overview
Ownership, saving in CVS15. Special Files

P
Parallel repositories2.5 Multiple repositories
passwd (admin file)2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
Password client, using2.9.3.2 Using the client with password authentication
Password server, setting up2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
PATH, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
Per-directory sticky tags/dates2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
Per-module editorC.4.3 Editinfo
Permissions, general2.2.2 File permissions
Permissions, saving in CVS15. Special Files
Permissions, Windows-specific2.2.3 File Permission issues specific to Windows
Policy11.1 When to commit?
port, specifying for remote repositories2.9 Remote repositories
port, specifying for remote repositories2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
Precommit checkingC.4.1 Commitinfo
pserver (client/server connection method), port specification2.9 Remote repositories
pserver (client/server connection method), port specification2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
pserver (subcommand)2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
PVCS, importing files from3.1.2 Creating Files From Other Version Control Systems

R
RCS history files2.2.1 Where files are stored within the repository
RCS revision numbers4.4 Tags–Symbolic revisions
RCS, importing files from3.1.2 Creating Files From Other Version Control Systems
RCS-style locking10. Multiple developers
RCSBIN, in CVSROOT/configC.11 The CVSROOT/config configuration file
RCSBIN, internal variableC.10 Expansions in administrative files
RCSBIN, overridingA.4 Global options
RCSfile keyword12.1 Keyword List
rcsinfo (admin file)C.5 Rcsinfo
rdiff (subcommand)A.15 rdiff—'patch' format diffs between releases
Read-only files, and -rA.4 Global options
Read-only files, and CVSREADD. All environment variables which affect CVS
Read-only files, and watches10.6.1 Telling CVS to watch certain files
Read-only files, in repository2.2.2 File permissions
Read-only modeA.4 Global options
Read-only repository access2.10 Read-only repository access
readers (admin file)2.10 Read-only repository access
Recursive (directory descending)6. Recursive behavior
Reference manual (files)C. Reference manual for Administrative files
Reference manual for variablesD. All environment variables which affect CVS
Reference, commandsB. Quick reference to CVS commands
Regular expression syntaxC.3.1 The common syntax
Regular modulesC.1.2 Regular modules
release (subcommand)A.16 release—Indicate that a Module is no longer in use
Releases, revisions and versions4.2 Versions, revisions and releases
Releasing your working copy1.3.3 Cleaning up
Remote repositories2.9 Remote repositories
Remote repositories, port specification2.9 Remote repositories
Remote repositories, port specification2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
Remove (subcommand)7.2 Removing files
Removing a change5.8 Merging differences between any two revisions
Removing branch tags4.7 Deleting, moving, and renaming tags
Removing directories7.3 Removing directories
Removing files7.2 Removing files
Removing tags4.7 Deleting, moving, and renaming tags
Removing your working copy1.3.3 Cleaning up
Renaming directories7.5 Moving and renaming directories
Renaming files7.4 Moving and renaming files
Renaming tags4.7 Deleting, moving, and renaming tags
Replacing a log messageA.6.1 admin options
Reporting bugsH. Dealing with bugs in CVS or this manual
Repositories, multiple2.5 Multiple repositories
Repositories, remote2.9 Remote repositories
Repositories, remote, port specification2.9 Remote repositories
Repositories, remote, port specification2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
Repository (intro)2. The Repository
Repository file, in CVS directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
Repository, backing up2.7 Backing up a repository
Repository, example2. The Repository
Repository, how data is stored2.2 How data is stored in the repository
Repository, moving2.8 Moving a repository
Repository, setting up2.6 Creating a repository
RereadLogAfterVerify, in CVSROOT/configC.11 The CVSROOT/config configuration file
Reserved checkouts10. Multiple developers
Resetting sticky tags4.9 Sticky tags
Resolving a conflict10.3 Conflicts example
Restoring old version of removed file5.8 Merging differences between any two revisions
Resurrecting old version of dead file5.8 Merging differences between any two revisions
Retrieve a branch5.3 Accessing branches
Retrieving an old revision using tags4.4 Tags–Symbolic revisions
Reverting to repository version10.6.3 How to edit a file which is being watched
Revision keyword12.1 Keyword List
Revision management11. Revision management
Revision numbers4.1 Revision numbers
Revision numbers (branches)5.4 Branches and revisions
Revision tree4.1 Revision numbers
Revision tree, making branches5. Branching and merging
Revisions, merging differences between5.8 Merging differences between any two revisions
Revisions, versions and releases4.2 Versions, revisions and releases
Right-hand optionsA.5 Common command options
Root file, in CVS directory2.1 Telling CVS where your repository is
rsh2.9.2 Connecting with rsh
rsh replacements (Kerberized, SSH, &c)2.9.2 Connecting with rsh
rtag (subcommand)4.6 Specifying what to tag by date or revision
rtag, creating a branch using5.2 Creating a branch

S
Saving spaceA.6.1 admin options
SCCS, importing files from3.1.2 Creating Files From Other Version Control Systems
Security, file permissions in repository2.2.2 File permissions
Security, GSSAPI2.9.4 Direct connection with GSSAPI
Security, Kerberos2.9.5 Direct connection with Kerberos
Security, of pserver2.9.3.3 Security considerations with password authentication
Security, setuid2.2.2 File permissions
Server, CVS2.9 Remote repositories
Server, temporary directories2.11 Temporary directories for the server
Setgid2.2.2 File permissions
Setting up a repository2.6 Creating a repository
Setuid2.2.2 File permissions
Source keyword12.1 Keyword List
Source, getting CVS source1.1 What is CVS?
Source, getting from CVS1.3.1 Getting the source
Special files15. Special Files
Specifying datesA.5 Common command options
Spreading information10.4 Informing others about commits
SSH (rsh replacement)2.9.2 Connecting with rsh
Starting a project with CVS3. Starting a project with CVS
State keyword12.1 Keyword List
Status of a file10.1 File status
Status of a moduleC.1.5 Module options
Sticky date4.9 Sticky tags
Sticky tags4.9 Sticky tags
Sticky tags, resetting4.9 Sticky tags
Sticky tags/dates, per-directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
Storing log messagesC.4.4 Loginfo
Stream authenticationA.4 Global options
StructureA.1 Overall structure of CVS commands
Subdirectories6. Recursive behavior
Support, getting CVS supportH. Dealing with bugs in CVS or this manual
Symbolic link, importingA.13.2 import output
Symbolic links15. Special Files
Symbolic name (tag)4.4 Tags–Symbolic revisions
Syntax of info filesC.3.1 The common syntax
SystemAuth, in CVSROOT/configC.11 The CVSROOT/config configuration file

T
tag (subcommand)4.5 Specifying what to tag from the working directory
Tag file, in CVS directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
Tag programC.1.5 Module options
tag, command, introduction4.4 Tags–Symbolic revisions
tag, creating a branch using5.2 Creating a branch
Tag, example4.4 Tags–Symbolic revisions
Tag, retrieving old revisions4.4 Tags–Symbolic revisions
Tag, symbolic name4.4 Tags–Symbolic revisions
taginfo (admin file)C.6 Taginfo
Tags4.4 Tags–Symbolic revisions
Tags, deleting4.7 Deleting, moving, and renaming tags
Tags, loggingC.6 Taginfo
Tags, moving4.7 Deleting, moving, and renaming tags
Tags, renaming4.7 Deleting, moving, and renaming tags
Tags, sticky4.9 Sticky tags
Tags, verifyingC.6 Taginfo
tc, Trivial Compiler (example)1.3 A sample session
Team of developers10. Multiple developers
TEMP, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
Template file, in CVS directory2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
Template for log messageC.5 Rcsinfo
Temporary directories, and server2.11 Temporary directories for the server
Temporary files, location ofD. All environment variables which affect CVS
Third-party sources13. Tracking third-party sources
TimeA.5 Common command options
Timezone, in inputA.5 Common command options
Timezone, in outputA.14 log—Print out log information for files
TMP, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
TMPDIR, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
TMPDIR, overridingA.4 Global options
TopLevelAdmin, in CVSROOT/configC.11 The CVSROOT/config configuration file
TraceA.4 Global options
Traceability8. History browsing
Tracking sources13. Tracking third-party sources
Transactions, atomic, lack of10.5 Several developers simultaneously attempting to run CVS
Trigger scriptsC.3 The Trigger Scripts
Trigger scripts, securityC.3.2 Security and the Trigger Scripts
Trivial Compiler (example)1.3 A sample session
Typical repository2. The Repository

U
Umask, for repository files2.2.2 File permissions
Undoing a change5.8 Merging differences between any two revisions
unedit (subcommand)10.6.3 How to edit a file which is being watched
Unknown10.1 File status
Unreserved checkouts10. Multiple developers
Unresolved Conflict10.1 File status
Up-to-date10.1 File status
update (subcommand)A.17 update—Bring work tree in sync with repository
Update, introduction10.2 Bringing a file up to date
update, to display file status10.1 File status
Updating a file10.2 Bringing a file up to date
User aliases2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
User variablesC.10 Expansions in administrative files
USER, environment variableC.10 Expansions in administrative files
USER, internal variableC.10 Expansions in administrative files
users (admin file)10.6.2 Telling CVS to notify you

V
val-tags file, and read-only access to projects2.2.2 File permissions
val-tags file, forcing tags intoF.1 Partial list of error messages
VariablesC.10 Expansions in administrative files
Vendor13. Tracking third-party sources
Vendor branch13. Tracking third-party sources
`verifymsg' (admin file)C.4.2 Verifying log messages
`verifymsg', changing the log messageC.4.2 Verifying log messages
`verifymsg', changing the log messageC.11 The CVSROOT/config configuration file
version (subcommand)B. Quick reference to CVS commands
Versions, of CVSE. Compatibility between CVS Versions
Versions, revisions and releases4.2 Versions, revisions and releases
Viewing differences1.3.4 Viewing differences
VISUAL, environment variable1.3.2 Committing your changes
VISUAL, environment variableD. All environment variables which affect CVS
VISUAL, internal variableC.10 Expansions in administrative files

W
watch add (subcommand)10.6.2 Telling CVS to notify you
watch off (subcommand)10.6.1 Telling CVS to watch certain files
watch on (subcommand)10.6.1 Telling CVS to watch certain files
watch remove (subcommand)10.6.2 Telling CVS to notify you
watchers (subcommand)10.6.4 Information about who is watching and editing
Watches10.6 Mechanisms to track who is editing files
wdiff (import example)13.1 Importing for the first time
Web pages, maintaining with CVSC.4.4.2 Keeping a checked out copy
What (shell command)12.2 Using keywords
What branches are good for5.1 What branches are good for
What is CVS not?1.2 What is CVS not?
What is CVS?1.1 What is CVS?
When to commit11.1 When to commit?
Windows, and permissions2.2.3 File Permission issues specific to Windows
Work-session, example of1.3 A sample session
Working copy10. Multiple developers
Working copy, removing1.3.3 Cleaning up
WrappersC.2 The cvswrappers file
writers (admin file)2.10 Read-only repository access

X
XimbiotH. Dealing with bugs in CVS or this manual
xinetd, configuring for pserver2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication

Z
Zone, time, in inputA.5 Common command options
Zone, time, in outputA.14 log—Print out log information for files

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