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Subject: Re: Deleting files from the repository and unlocking files
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Vincent Alcantara writes:
> What I want to know is if there is any danger of removing these directories
> from the repository?  I will be making a backup of the repository before I
> do this.

No.  It wouldn't be a very nice thing to do if someone had one of those
directories checked out, but it sounds like that's not a problem.

> 2.  Is there anyway for a cvs administrator to unlock files left locked by
> particular users?

Locked as in ``cvs admin -l''?  I think anyone can undo that.

-Larry Jones

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deciding whether or not to embrace commercialism.  -- Calvin

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