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Subject: Re: import.  Did not import Makefiles
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Worik Macky Turei Stanton writes:
> When I ran 'cvs checkout worik' I found that I could not build my
> source because the make files where not imported and hence not checked
> out.

Most likely, the directories you imported contain .cvsignore files that
tell CVS to ignore the makefiles.  If not, perhaps the makefiles were
actually symbolic links (which CVS ignores) rather than regular files.

-Larry Jones

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