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Subject: Re: current cvs does not compile
Sounds like you haven't done
cvs up -d
>From cvs manpage, regarding update:
Use the -d option to create any directories that exist in the repository
if they're missing from the working directory. (Normally, update acts
only on directories and files that were already enrolled in your working
directory.) This is useful for updating directories that were created in
the repository since the initial checkout; but it has an unfortunate side
effect. If you deliberately avoided certain directories in the repository
when you created your working directory (either through use of a module
name or by listing explicitly the files and directories you wanted on the
command line), then updating with -d will create those directories, which
may not be what you want.
"A mouse is a device used to point at the xterm you want to type in" - A.S.R.
On Wed, 26 May 2004 at 21:29, John covici wrote:
> The current CVS does not compile -- apparently there is nothing in the
> apps/plugins/lib directory -- in fact the directory doesn't get
> created at all as of 5/26/04 21:29 Eastern.
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