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[microblaze-uclinux] Petalinux and CVS
We have been using uClinux for a year or so. We manage the sources on
I just downloaded Petalinux to give it a try, and the first thing I
wanted to do was place it on CVS to keep track of any changes I make. I
want to do a correct cvs import. For uClinux, one could use cvs import
-ko -I ! -m "xxxxx" aaaa bbbb cccc. This works because uClinux does not
(as far as I know) have any binary files in the distribution.
There are binary files in several places in the Petalinux directory
structure, many of them without any kind of file extension (*.o, *.a,
*.elf - etc.), so it appears to me that a .cvswrappers file is not
enough to use as guidance for when to use -kb for a file. Has anyone
come up with a method for doing this? Is there a consistent naming
convention for the directories that contain binary files?.
For those of you that are using Petalinux now, what source code
versioning system are you using to deal with this?
Senior Software Engineer
Linear Acoustic Inc.
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