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The directory `$CVSROOT/CVSROOT' contains some administrative files. See section C. Reference manual for Administrative files, for a complete description. You can use CVS without any of these files, but some commands work better when at least the `modules' file is properly set up.
The most important of these files is the `modules' file. It defines all modules in the repository. This is a sample `modules' file.
CVSROOT CVSROOT modules CVSROOT modules cvs gnu/cvs rcs gnu/rcs diff gnu/diff tc yoyodyne/tc
The `modules' file is line oriented. In its
simplest form each line contains the name of the
module, whitespace, and the directory where the module
resides. The directory is a path relative to
$CVSROOT. The last four lines in the example
above are examples of such lines.
The line that defines the module called `modules' uses features that are not explained here. See section C.1 The modules file, for a full explanation of all the available features.
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