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Peter Schuller wrote:

>For the past few months I've been seeing some problems with "cvs 
>related to repositories I've set up.
>Basically, if I do a check-out I get everything. But if someome else 
>adds a directory I sometimes (but not always) won't get a copy of 
>directory when doing "cvs update". 

I believe that this is the way CVS is designed to work.  CVS will only 
work on modules that you have checked out.  It won't update modules 
that you didn't check out in the first place.  If you require this 
module to do a build then you should add it manually to your tree.

Stephen Rasku                   E-mail: address@hidden
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