simplify build parameters
diff --git a/releng.control/somePathDirectory/commonVariations.shsource b/releng.control/somePathDirectory/commonVariations.shsource
index f9c5309..2bad7b4 100644
@@ -20,11 +20,21 @@
echo "remember to check X virtual frame buffer is running for headless JUnit testing";
ps -ef | grep Xvfb
+# these should be full, abosolute path to the respective home directories
+# on this particular build machine
+# no local build properties, for production builds
+# for local builds, this should be set to a real directory,
+# so meaningful properties can be set for that local machine.
+# See the 'localBuildExample' directory for a starting example
@@ -36,11 +46,6 @@
# notifying users about those builds on your local machine
-# normally, cvs logging output can be "really quiet", but if problems, then it can be turned back on
-# to get more potentially diagnostic information
# controls quietness of logging to console
# false means more output to console, true uses ant's logger
@@ -56,3 +61,26 @@
# should be true for production, false for local
+# normally, cvs logging output can be "really quiet", but if problems, then it can be turned back on
+# to get more potentially diagnostic information
+# TODO: if both of these are 'true' and error is generated by cvs ...
+# saying you can't set both to true.
+# we could put in some logic to prevent that, someday.
+# these cvs values need to have write access if
+# build.trial is false, as on production machine.
+# This is the ID used to both read, and
+# to tag releng map files.
+# 'ext' protocol typically requires
+# environment variable CVS_RSH to be set to ssh
+# So, we just always do it. Can't imagine it'd hurt
+# if protocol was pserver, but could be removed in that
+# case, if desired.