From: Paul Mensonides (pmenso57_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-06-18 15:57:27
> > > from your boost root:
> > >
> > > cvs update -rmpl-development boost/mpl
> > >
> > > > So, if you want to tell me what I need to do
> > > > or where to go for instructions, go ahead.
> > I tried the above like this:
> > cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous_at_[hidden]:/cvsroot/boost
> > boost/mpl
> > But this didn't work.
> What did it do?
> When I say "the boost root directory", I mean the one containing boost/
> libs/ more/, etc.
This is what I have done so far:
ssh -l pmenso57 cvs.boost.sourceforge.net
cvs checkout boost
At this point, everything seems to be working. All the regular files got put
That directory does have the directories that you are talking about in it.
(boost/ libs more/ etc.) But if I do this...
cvs update -rmpl-development boost/mpl
...nothing happens. There are still no mpl files in the directory structure.
!!! Oh, okay I follow now. I need to do this:
cvs update -rmpl-development boost/boost/mpl
> OK. Have you looked at http://cvsbook.red-bean.com/?
I looked at it briefly, but I'd rather just go buy the book--which I already
did--than read it off my screen or print it out.
> You now have an account. Be sure to ssh into sourceforge to create your
> home directory as described here:
> Also be sure to re-checkout the Boost CVS tree with your userid, since you
> won't be able to check anything in from the tree you got as "anonymous".
> Me neither, but I defnititely think that compliant compilers shouldn't pay
> for the VC support, especially because so many of them are dog-slow.
> or-is-it-pig?-ly y'rs,
Do you mean pig-slow? I had to chase a few of my sister's FFA pigs around the
neighborhood once. They were pretty small pigs, but they were fast hell. It
took my entire family and I about six hours to finally catch them.