[OS X TeX] Awkward interaction between TeXShop and CVS

Adam Maxwell amaxwell at mac.com
Thu May 27 09:33:39 EDT 2004


On 27 May, 2004, at 07:48, Maarten Sneep wrote:

> On 27 mei 2004, at 14:35, Adam Maxwell wrote:
> BBEdit and Xcode are aware of the cvs operation, at least when you 
> initiate the operation from within the app.

True; if you use CVL or command-line cvs from outside Xcode (as I do), 
you can mess yourself up much more easily.

>> You don't have to close the window if it is just being committed, but 
>> you do if it's being updated.
> Wrong, at least when you have $Id$ strings (version identification 
> strings) in your file: a commit will then also change the (possibly 
> open) file. Something like (with the rcsinfo package): \rcsInfo $Id: 
> crds.tex,v 1.51 2004/05/24 21:48:26 msneep Exp $. The date & time and 
> the version will be updated on commit.

Thanks, I stand corrected :).  I don't use this at all (the Log 
inspector in CVL is sufficient for me).


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