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RE: Skipping directories in "checkout"

From: Andy Baker
Subject: RE: Skipping directories in "checkout"
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2001 14:36:08 +0100

My experience with cvs would suggest that it's always a good idea to trap
stdout and stderr and examine for potential problems. I've seen situations
where I get a 0 status returned even though something I consider to be a
problem has occurred. That's not a criticism of cvs btw, just that I see
somethings differently cos of the way we work here.


-----Original Message-----
From: Reinstein, Shlomo [mailto:address@hidden

I expect to know from CVS (through its
exit status, and perhaps also through an error message) that something went
wrong. Otherwise the only way for me to intercept it is to capture the
errors from the standard error (or output). 

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