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From: Gert Brinkmann
Subject: CVS Bug
Date: Wed, 07 Aug 2002 12:09:52 +0200
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the following might be a CVS bug. I already have reported it, but there was no answer. Does this mail really reach someone?

(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 in advance,

Gert Brinkmann

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