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Subject: Re: 'cvs update' skipping directories
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Peter Schuller writes:
> Basically, if I do a check-out I get everything. But if someome else then
> adds a directory I sometimes (but not always) won't get a copy of that
> directory when doing "cvs update".

Update doesn't get new directories by default, you need to use the -d
option.  (The reason is that CVS doesn't have any way to tell the
difference between a newly added directory and an old one that you
explicitly didn't checkout.)  If you want that behavior all the time,
you can add it to your ~/.cvsrc file.

-Larry Jones

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bad that it can't get worse. -- Calvin

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