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!
!, in modules file C.1.4 Excluding directories

#
#cvs.lock, removing 10.5 Several developers simultaneously attempting to run CVS
#cvs.lock, technical details 2.2.6 CVS locks in the repository
#cvs.rfl, and backups 2.7 Backing up a repository
#cvs.rfl, removing 10.5 Several developers simultaneously attempting to run CVS
#cvs.rfl, technical details 2.2.6 CVS locks in the repository
#cvs.tfl 2.2.6 CVS locks in the repository
#cvs.wfl, removing 10.5 Several developers simultaneously attempting to run CVS
#cvs.wfl, technical details 2.2.6 CVS locks in the repository

&
&, in modules file C.1.3 Ampersand modules

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-a, in modules file C.1.1 Alias modules
-d, in modules file C.1.5 Module options
-e, in modules file C.1.5 Module options
-e, in modules file C.1.6 How the modules file "program options" programs are run
-j (merging branches) 5.6 Merging an entire branch
-j (merging branches), and keyword substitution 5.10 Merging and keywords
-k (keyword substitution) 12.4 Substitution modes
-kk, to avoid conflicts during a merge 5.10 Merging and keywords
-o, in modules file C.1.5 Module options
-o, in modules file C.1.6 How the modules file "program options" programs are run
-s, in modules file C.1.5 Module options
-t, in modules file C.1.5 Module options
-t, in modules file C.1.6 How the modules file "program options" programs are run

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.# files A.16.2 update output
.bashrc, setting CVSROOT in 2.1 Telling CVS where your repository is
.cshrc, setting CVSROOT in 2.1 Telling CVS where your repository is
.cvsrc file A.3 Default options and the ~/.cvsrc file
.profile, setting CVSROOT in 2.1 Telling CVS where your repository is
.tcshrc, setting CVSROOT in 2.1 Telling CVS where your repository is

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/usr/local/cvsroot, as example repository 2. The Repository

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:ext:, setting up 2.9.2 Connecting with rsh
:ext:, troubleshooting F.2 Trouble making a connection to a CVS server
:fork:, setting up 2.9.6 Connecting with fork
:gserver:, setting up 2.9.4 Direct connection with GSSAPI
:kserver:, setting up 2.9.5 Direct connection with kerberos
:local:, setting up 2. The Repository
:pserver:, setting up 2.9.3.2 Using the client with password authentication
:pserver:, troubleshooting F.2 Trouble making a connection to a CVS server
:server:, setting up 2.9.2 Connecting with rsh
:server:, troubleshooting F.2 Trouble making a connection to a CVS server

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__ files (VMS) A.16.2 update output

A
Abandoning work 10.6.3 How to edit a file which is being watched
Access a branch 5.3 Accessing branches
add (subcommand) 7.1 Adding files to a directory
Adding a tag 4.4 Tags--Symbolic revisions
Adding files 7.1 Adding files to a directory
Admin (subcommand) A.6 admin--Administration
Administrative files (intro) 2.4 The administrative files
Administrative files (reference) C. Reference manual for Administrative files
Administrative files, editing them 2.4.1 Editing administrative files
Alias modules C.1.1 Alias modules
ALL in commitinfo C.3.2 Commitinfo
Ampersand modules C.1.3 Ampersand modules
annotate (subcommand) 8.4 Annotate command
Atomic transactions, lack of 10.5 Several developers simultaneously attempting to run CVS
Attic 2.2.4 The attic
Authenticated client, using 2.9.3.2 Using the client with password authentication
Authenticating server, setting up 2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
Authentication, stream A.4 Global options
Author keyword 12.1 Keyword List
Automatically ignored files C.5 Ignoring files via cvsignore
Avoiding editor invocation A.5 Common command options

B
Backing up, repository 2.7 Backing up a repository
Base directory, in CVS directory 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
BASE, as reserved tag name 4.4 Tags--Symbolic revisions
BASE, special tag A.5 Common command options
Baserev file, in CVS directory 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
Baserev.tmp file, in CVS directory 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
Bill of materials 14. How your build system interacts with CVS
Binary files 9. Handling binary files
Branch merge example 5.6 Merging an entire branch
Branch number 4.1 Revision numbers
Branch number 5.4 Branches and revisions
Branch tags, deleting 4.7 Deleting, moving, and renaming tags
Branch tags, moving 4.7 Deleting, moving, and renaming tags
Branch, accessing 5.3 Accessing branches
Branch, check out 5.3 Accessing branches
Branch, creating a 5.2 Creating a branch
Branch, identifying 5.3 Accessing branches
Branch, retrieving 5.3 Accessing branches
Branch, vendor- 13. Tracking third-party sources
Branches motivation 5.1 What branches are good for
Branches, copying changes between 5. Branching and merging
Branches, sticky 5.3 Accessing branches
Branching 5. Branching and merging
Bringing a file up to date 10.2 Bringing a file up to date
Bugs in this manual or CVS H. Dealing with bugs in CVS or this manual
Bugs, reporting H. Dealing with bugs in CVS or this manual
Builds 14. How your build system interacts with CVS

C
Changes, copying between branches 5. Branching and merging
Changing a log message A.6.1 admin options
Check out a branch 5.3 Accessing branches
Checked out copy, keeping C.3.5.2 Keeping a checked out copy
Checking out source 1.3.1 Getting the source
checkout (subcommand) A.7 checkout--Check out sources for editing
Checkout program C.1.5 Module options
Checkout, as term for getting ready to edit 10.6.3 How to edit a file which is being watched
Checkout, example 1.3.1 Getting the source
checkoutlist C.6 The checkoutlist file
Choosing, reserved or unreserved checkouts 10.7 Choosing between reserved or unreserved checkouts
Cleaning up 1.3.3 Cleaning up
Client/Server Operation 2.9 Remote repositories
Client/Server Operation, port specification 2.9 Remote repositories
Client/Server Operation, port specification 2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
co (subcommand) A.7 checkout--Check out sources for editing
Command reference B. Quick reference to CVS commands
Command structure A.1 Overall structure of CVS commands
Comment leader A.6.1 admin options
commit (subcommand) A.8 commit--Check files into the repository
`commitinfo' C.3.2 Commitinfo
`commitinfo', command environment C.3.2 Commitinfo
`commitinfo', working directory C.3.2 Commitinfo
Commits, precommit verification of C.3.2 Commitinfo
Committing changes to files 1.3.2 Committing your changes
Committing, administrative support files C.3 The commit support files
Committing, when to 11.1 When to commit?
Common options A.5 Common command options
Common syntax of info files C.3.1 The common syntax
Compatibility, between CVS versions E. Compatibility between CVS Versions
Compression A.4 Global options
Compression B. Quick reference to CVS commands
COMSPEC, environment variable D. All environment variables which affect CVS
config, in CVSROOT C.9 The CVSROOT/config configuration file
Conflict markers 10.3 Conflicts example
Conflict resolution 10.3 Conflicts example
Conflicts (merge example) 10.3 Conflicts example
Contributors (CVS program) 1.1 What is CVS?
Contributors (manual) G. Credits
Copying a repository 2.8 Moving a repository
Copying changes 5. Branching and merging
Correcting a log message A.6.1 admin options
Creating a branch 5.2 Creating a branch
Creating a project 3. Starting a project with CVS
Creating a repository 2.6 Creating a repository
Credits (CVS program) 1.1 What is CVS?
Credits (manual) G. Credits
CVS 1.6, and watches 10.6.5 Using watches with old versions of CVS
CVS command structure A.1 Overall structure of CVS commands
CVS directory, in repository 2.2.5 The CVS directory in the repository
CVS directory, in working directory 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS passwd file 2.9.3.1 Setting up the server for password authentication
CVS, history of 1.1 What is CVS?
CVS, introduction to 1.1 What is CVS?
CVS, versions of E. Compatibility between CVS Versions
CVS/Base directory 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Baserev file 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Baserev.tmp file 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Entries file 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Entries.Backup file 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Entries.Log file 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Entries.Static file 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Notify file 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Notify.tmp file 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Repository file 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Root file 2.1 Telling CVS where your repository is
CVS/Tag file 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS/Template file 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVS_CLIENT_LOG, environment variable D. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVS_CLIENT_PORT 2.9.5 Direct connection with kerberos
CVS_IGNORE_REMOTE_ROOT, environment variable D. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVS_PASSFILE, environment variable 2.9.3.2 Using the client with password authentication
CVS_RCMD_PORT, environment variable D. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVS_RSH, environment variable D. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVS_SERVER, and :fork: 2.9.6 Connecting with fork
CVS_SERVER, environment variable 2.9.2 Connecting with rsh
CVS_SERVER_SLEEP, environment variable D. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVS_USER, environment variable C.8 Expansions in administrative files
cvsadmin A.6 admin--Administration
CVSEDITOR, environment variable 1.3.2 Committing your changes
CVSEDITOR, environment variable D. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVSEDITOR, internal variable C.8 Expansions in administrative files
cvsignore (admin file), global C.5 Ignoring files via cvsignore
CVSIGNORE, environment variable D. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVSREAD, environment variable D. All environment variables which affect CVS
CVSREAD, overriding A.4 Global options
cvsroot 2. The Repository
CVSROOT (file) C. Reference manual for Administrative files
CVSROOT, environment variable 2.1 Telling CVS where your repository is
CVSROOT, internal variable C.8 Expansions in administrative files
CVSROOT, module name 2.4 The administrative files
CVSROOT, multiple repositories 2.5 Multiple repositories
CVSROOT, overriding A.4 Global options
CVSROOT, storage of files 2.2.7 How files are stored in the CVSROOT directory
CVSROOT/config C.9 The CVSROOT/config configuration file
CVSROOT/Emptydir directory 2.3 How data is stored in the working directory
CVSUMASK, environment variable 2.2.2 File permissions
cvswrappers (admin file) C.2 The cvswrappers file
CVSWRAPPERS, environment variable C.2 The cvswrappers file
CVSWRAPPERS, environment variable D. All environment variables which affect CVS

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