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 C.6 The checkoutlist file
 It may be helpful to use CVS to maintain your own files in the
 `CVSROOT' directory.  For example, suppose that you have a script
 `' which you run by including the following line in the
 `commitinfo' administrative file:
      ALL   $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/ %r/%p %s
    To maintain `' with CVS you would add the following line
 to the `checkoutlist' administrative file:
    The format of `checkoutlist' is one line for each file that you want
 to maintain using CVS, giving the name of the file, followed optionally
 by more whitespace and any error message that should print if the file
 cannot be checked out into CVSROOT after a commit:	Could not update CVSROOT/
    After setting up `checkoutlist' in this fashion, the files listed
 there will function just like CVS's built-in administrative files.  For
 example, when checking in one of the files you should get a message
 such as:
      cvs commit: Rebuilding administrative file database
 and the checked out copy in the `CVSROOT' directory should be updated.
    Note that listing `passwd' ( Password authentication server)
 in `checkoutlist' is not recommended for security reasons.
    For information about keeping a checkout out copy in a more general
 context than the one provided by `checkoutlist', see  Keeping a
 checked out copy.
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