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Re: More .cvsignore entries?

From: Kai Großjohann
Subject: Re: More .cvsignore entries?
Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2002 21:51:50 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.090007 (Oort Gnus v0.07) Emacs/21.3.50 (i686-pc-linux-gnu)

"Stefan Monnier" <monnier+gnu/address@hidden> writes:

>> | In directory .:
>> | In directory info:
>> |               Unknown                 info/elisp-covers.texi
>> |               Unknown                 info/elisp-vol1.texi
>> |               Unknown                 info/elisp-vol2.texi
> Where do they come from ?  Why don't you just delete them ?
> If they come back, it's a bug somewhere and we should fix it instead
> of hiding the problem by adding them to .cvsignore.

I tried to delete them, and "cvs update" put them back.  So I think
it's "cvs remove" time...

(Originally, I thought that they were auto-generated.  That's why I
suggested .cvsignore.)

> Note that my info/.cvsignore contains just * since all the files
> in there are auto-generated (except for the `dir' file, but I also
> auto-generate it, even though the result is less good).
>> | In directory lisp:
>> |               Modified                lisp/cus-load.el
>> |               Modified                lisp/finder-inf.el
>> |               Modified                lisp/loaddefs.el
> These are under CVS so there is no reason to put them in .cvsignore.

Right.  It's because of "make bootstrap", I know.

>> | In directory man:
>> |               Unknown                 man/emacs.op
>> |               Unknown                 man/emacs.ops
> I don't have those here, so maybe it's only generated by some
> other version of TeXinfo.  Can you check if that's indeed the case
> and if so add *.op and *.ops to the man/.cvsignore file ?


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