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[Fwd: cvs: issue report]

From: Gert Brinkmann
Subject: [Fwd: cvs: issue report]
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 2002 15:35:21 +0200
User-agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.0.0) Gecko/20020529


attached you find a report that i think describes a cvs-bug. I also quote the history of the mail-thread so you know what's up with this mail.

Could you please check this and tell me, what you think about this issue?



Derek Robert Price wrote:
> Derek Robert Price wrote:
>> Gert Brinkmann wrote:
>>> Hello Derek,
>>> thank you for your answer.
>>>> You need to request an
>>>> "observer" role in the project before this will work.
>>> Ok. Do i have to report the my issue again or will you forward my
>>> last mail to the right people?
>>> Ciao and thanks again,
>>> Gert
>> Please forward it to <bug-cvs#gnu.org>.  For more on bug reports and
>> patch submissions, please see the HACKING, DEVEL-CVS, and other
>> documentation files in the top level of the CVS source distribution.
>> Thanks.
>> Derek
> <bug-cvs@gnu.org>, rather.
> Derek
--- Begin Message --- Subject: cvs: issue report Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2002 12:51:23 +0200 User-agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.0.0) Gecko/20020529


i have tried to report an cvs-issue but i could not. I have registered und logged in, but issuezilla always tells me, that i have to be logged in. So i try to report something, that i think, is a bug in cvs, via email:

(We have installed cvs 1.11)

I would like to use the option "-P" with an "cvs update" to prune empty directories. This works fine, but when doing a "cvs -qn update -dP" all the pruned directories are listed the same way as it is when not using "-P":

cvs server: New directory `foo' -- ignored

Because we are using the output of an "cvs -qn update -d" to parse through and build a report of the checkout-state, the pruned directories are bothering. It would be great to skip this pruned-directory-ignored lines by using the "-P" here, too.

Thank you,

Gert Brinkmann

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