/* * Copyright (c) 1992, Brian Berliner and Jeff Polk * Copyright (c) 1989-1992, Brian Berliner * * You may distribute under the terms of the GNU General Public License as * specified in the README file that comes with the CVS 1.4 kit. * * This file holds (most of) the configuration tweaks that can be made to * customize CVS for your site. CVS comes configured for a typical SunOS 4.x * environment. The comments for each configurable item are intended to be * self-explanatory. All #defines are tested first to see if an over-riding * option was specified on the "make" command line. * * If special libraries are needed, you will have to edit the Makefile.in file * or the configure script directly. Sorry. */ /* * For portability and heterogeneity reasons, CVS is shipped by default using * my own text-file version of the ndbm database library in the src/myndbm.c * file. If you want better performance and are not concerned about * heterogeneous hosts accessing your modules file, turn this option off. */ #ifndef MY_NDBM #define MY_NDBM #endif /* * The "patch" program to run when using the CVS server and accepting * patches across the network. Specify a full pathname if your site * wants to use a particular patch. */ #ifndef PATCH_PROGRAM #define PATCH_PROGRAM "patch" #endif /* Directory used for storing temporary files, if not overridden by environment variables or the -T global option. There should be little need to change this (-T is a better mechanism if you need to use a different directory for temporary files). */ #ifndef TMPDIR_DFLT #define TMPDIR_DFLT "sys$scratch" #endif /* * The default editor to use, if one does not specify the "-e" option to cvs, * or does not have an EDITOR environment variable. I set this to just "vi", * and use the shell to find where "vi" actually is. This allows sites with * /usr/bin/vi or /usr/ucb/vi to work equally well (assuming that your PATH * is reasonable). */ #ifndef EDITOR_DFLT #define EDITOR_DFLT "" #endif /* * The default umask to use when creating or otherwise setting file or * directory permissions in the repository. Must be a value in the * range of 0 through 0777. For example, a value of 002 allows group * rwx access and world rx access; a value of 007 allows group rwx * access but no world access. This value is overridden by the value * of the CVSUMASK environment variable, which is interpreted as an * octal number. */ #ifndef UMASK_DFLT #define UMASK_DFLT 002 #endif /* * The cvs admin command is restricted to the members of the group * CVS_ADMIN_GROUP. If this group does not exist, all users are * allowed to run cvs admin. To disable the cvs admin for all users, * create an empty group CVS_ADMIN_GROUP. To disable access control for * cvs admin, comment out the define below. */ #ifndef CVS_ADMIN_GROUP /* #define CVS_ADMIN_GROUP "cvsadmin" */ #endif /* * The Repository file holds the path to the directory within the source * repository that contains the RCS ,v files for each CVS working directory. * This path is either a full-path or a path relative to CVSROOT. * * The only advantage that I can see to having a relative path is that One can * change the physical location of the master source repository, change one's * CVSROOT environment variable, and CVS will work without problems. I * recommend using full-paths. */ #ifndef RELATIVE_REPOS /* #define RELATIVE_REPOS */ #endif /* * When committing or importing files, you must enter a log message. * Normally, you can do this either via the -m flag on the command line or an * editor will be started for you. If you like to use logging templates (the * rcsinfo file within the $CVSROOT/CVSROOT directory), you might want to * force people to use the editor even if they specify a message with -m. * Enabling FORCE_USE_EDITOR will cause the -m message to be appended to the * temp file when the editor is started. */ #ifndef FORCE_USE_EDITOR /* #define FORCE_USE_EDITOR */ #endif /* * When locking the repository, some sites like to remove locks and assume * the program that created them went away if the lock has existed for a long * time. This used to be the default for previous versions of CVS. CVS now * attempts to be much more robust, so lock files should not be left around * by mistake. The new behaviour will never remove old locks (they must now * be removed by hand). Enabling CVS_FUDGELOCKS will cause CVS to remove * locks that are older than CVSLCKAGE seconds. * Use of this option is NOT recommended. */ #ifndef CVS_FUDGELOCKS /* #define CVS_FUDGELOCKS */ #endif /* There is some pretty unixy code in src/commit.c which tries to prevent people from commiting changes as "root" (which would prevent CVS from making a log entry with the actual user). On VMS, I suppose one could say that SYSTEM is equivalent, but I would think that it actually is not necessary; at least at the VMS sites I've worked at people just used their own accounts (turning privileges on and off as desired). */ #ifndef CVS_BADROOT /* #define CVS_BADROOT */ #endif /* * The "cvs diff" command accepts all the single-character options that GNU * diff (1.15) accepts. Except -D. GNU diff uses -D as a way to put * cpp-style #define's around the output differences. CVS, by default, uses * -D to specify a free-form date (like "cvs diff -D '1 week ago'"). If * you would prefer that the -D option of "cvs diff" work like the GNU diff * option, then comment out this define. */ #ifndef CVS_DIFFDATE #define CVS_DIFFDATE #endif /* * Yes, we can do the authenticated client. */ #define AUTH_CLIENT_SUPPORT 1 /* * define this to enable the SETXID support. Probably has no effect on VMS. */ #ifndef SETXID_SUPPORT /* #define SETXID_SUPPORT */ #endif /* * If you are working with a large remote repository and a 'cvs checkout' is * swamping your network and memory, define these to enable flow control. * You will end up with even less guarantees of a consistant checkout, * but that may be better than no checkout at all. The master server process * will monitor how far it is getting behind, if it reaches the high water * mark, it will signal the child process to stop generating data when * convenient (ie: no locks are held, currently at the beginning of a * new directory). Once the buffer has drained sufficiently to reach the * low water mark, it will be signalled to start again. * -- EXPERIMENTAL! -- A better solution may be in the works. * You may override the default hi/low watermarks here too. */ #ifndef SERVER_FLOWCONTROL /* #define SERVER_FLOWCONTROL */ /* #define SERVER_HI_WATER (2 * 1024 * 1024) */ /* #define SERVER_LO_WATER (1 * 1024 * 1024) */ #endif /* End of CVS configuration section */ /* * Externs that are included in libc, but are used frequently enough to * warrant defining here. */ #ifndef STDC_HEADERS extern void exit (); #endif #define NO_SOCKET_TO_FD 1 #include "vms.h"