pcl-cvs / TODO

- Fix this:

	In directory /local/home/woods/work.d/ipass/vnas:
	           Modified   ci          vnas.c
	1.24       Merged     ci 1.22     vnas.c
	--------------------- End ---------------------

- provide cvs-mode-rcs2log, cvs-mode-rdiff, and cvs-mode-release

- prevent silly make-dir message when directory asked for by cvs-update
doesn't end in a slash.

- documentation....  (esp. ChangeLog support)

- IMPORTANT: make cvs-mode-tag run in the background

- write 'cvs-mode-import'

- write 'cvs-mode-handle-new-vendor-version'

	- checks out module, or alternately does update join
	- does "cvs -n tag LAST_VENDOR" to find old files into *cvs*

- add 'cvs-set-cvs-flags' for top level cvs command flags

- write 'cvs-mode-admin' to do arbitrary 'cvs admin' commands

- add 'cvs patch' support (with completion on tag names and hooks to
help generate ChangeLog files with rcs2log, etc.) 

- add 'cvs export' support (with completion on tag names and hooks to
help generate full releases)

- add 'cvs-mode-version' to call 'cvs -v' [on ^C-cv ?] (really???)

- re-write rcs2log in e-lisp.

- add support for parsing 'modules' file ("cvs co -c")

- enhance 'cvs-mode-rtag'

- fix 'cvs-examine'

- write 'cvs-mode-checkout' and 'cvs-mode-checkout-other-window'

- write 'cvs-mode-release'

- add an update mode that keeps all files

	- this will require all commands to work only on non-up-to-date
	files

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