Adds support cvs targets within your Makefile.
Branching and releasing relies on you using the following version format:
where MAJOR is the major version number, MINOR is the minor version number and POINT is the point release number.
performs a cvs update
Generates a ChangeLog template with the modified, added and removed files and opens it up for editing. This is not normally used directly, but is instead called by commit. It is useful however if you want to document the work you have done, but don't want to commit just yet.
performs a cvs commit after first performing a cvs update and generating a commit log.
make cvs-rm FILES="file1 file2 ..."
removes a file or files specified by the FILES variable from the file system and from cvs. It will interactively ask you to confirm the file removal, unless the file does not exist on the file system.
make cvs-add FILES="file1 file2 ..."
adds a file or files specified by the FILES variable to cvs.
creates a branch based on the major version number, increments the major version number, sets the minor and point versions to zero and checks out the branch into a new directory.
creates a branch based on the minor version number, increments the minor version, sets the point version to zero number and checks out the branch into a new directory.
performs a cvs update, followed by a distcheck, then creates a release for the current version, increments the point release number and checks out the release into a new directory
same as release, but distcheck is not performed
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