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ci on Ubuntu

Discussion in 'Software' started by Mada_Milty, Nov 20, 2006.

  1. Mada_Milty

    Mada_Milty MajorGeek

    I'm trying to make a small shell script that I can use as a revision control system on my Ubuntu installation of a Squid proxy/cache. The code is as follows:

    #! /bin/sh
    co -l $1
    $VISUAL $1
    rcsdiff -u $1
    ci -u $1
    However, I don't have the ci command, and can't find out where to install it!
    Or am I mistaken entirely? Is it supposed to call a terminal session, perhaps? Pretty sure it stands for Commandline Interface, but I'm not sure...
  2. Mada_Milty

    Mada_Milty MajorGeek

    Nope! It IS a command that I haven't got installed.

    See this link for a description!
  3. Mada_Milty

    Mada_Milty MajorGeek

    Okay, I've found everything I need, methinks... this link has the ci RPM, so I think I might try playing with that.

    Thanks, everyone!
  4. TimW

    TimW MajorGeeks Administrator - Jedi Malware Expert Staff Member

    Any time Mada ....glad to be of help <note to self, scroll down a little further than networking once in a while>:)

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