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Re: Access to a new directory

From: Uwe Fritsch
Subject: Re: Access to a new directory
Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2000 11:10:56 -0800

You have to use cvs -d to get the new directory. You can also out it in
your ~/.cvsrc file (update -d) so it is the default behaviour (and you
might need "cvs -f cvs-command" sometimes to ignore the ~/.cvsrc file).

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Sent: Tuesday, November 21, 2000 5:12 AM
Subject: Access to a new directory

> We have a module X under CVS.
> With the Add and Commit commands we have added a new subdirectory
> to the existent one. We can see this new subdirectory under the
> repository.
> Another user have already checkout the module X (before the adding of
> the new subdirectory). How could he retrieve this new subdirectory ?
> The Update command doesn't take in account what the user hasn't
> already on his local disk. So this command can't retrieve what you
> haven't already on your disk. Which command could we use ?
> Thanks
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