Now that you have added 'project' to your CVS repository, you will want to be
able to modify the code.
A D V E R T I S E M E N T
To do this you want to check out the source. You will want to cd to your home
directory before you do this.
cvs checkout project
CVS should respond with cvs checkout: Updating project
This creates the project directory in your home directory and puts the files:
Makefile, bar.c, foo.c, and main.c into the directory along with a CVS directory
which stores some information about the files.
You can now make changes to any of the files in the source tree.
Lets say you add a printf("DONE\n"); after the function
call to bar()
[Or just cp /class/bfennema/project_other/main2.c to main.c]
Now you have to check in the new copy
cvs commit -m "Added a DONE message." main.c
CVS should respond with Checking in main.c;
/class/'username'/cvsroot/project/main.c,v <-- main.c
new revision: 1.2; previous revision: 1.1
Note, the -m option lets you define the checking message on the command line. If
you omit it you will be placed into an editor where you can type in the checking