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Re: Adding a directory in the repository

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: Adding a directory in the repository
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 12:02:37 -0500 (EST)

irina sturm writes:
> I would like your advice on the following:
> I have created a repository which is in
> use now (people are doing co/ci on it).
> At some moment I realized that I should
> have included a directory (with some files
> in it) in the repository.
> How is now the best way to do it:
> 1. To add it directly to the repository?

Since what goes into the repository is RCS files, you can't add the
actual files to the repository directly.  If you had previously been
managing the directory with RCS and have RCS files available, then you
can put them directly into the CVS repository and keep their revision

> 2. To add it through the cvs adding 
> directories/files mechanism from my working
> directory (sandbox)?

If you just have the actual files, this is the way to go.

-Larry Jones

I told her to expect you to deny everything. -- Calvin

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