Here is my lab assignment
When it comes to this:
- Create a CVS directory
- Set the CVSROOT environment variable
- Initialize the repository
I tried setenv, got this: -bash: setenv: command not found
Instead I tried this: CVSROOT=/Users/myusername/C++/prog09/CVS/ (I know this is not a C++ class, I thought it was when I first signed up for it.
That seemed to work. then I tried CVS init and got this:
cvs init: No CVSROOT specified! Please use the `-d' option
cvs [init aborted]: or set the CVSROOT environment variable.
Then I tried man init to see what the -d option meant and got this: No manual entry for init
Now I'm a little confused, but I realized, does setenv really not exist? and tried man setenv and it gave me an entire page on setenv. Now what is happening? how do I do this?