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Subject: Re: Branch and Add file problem
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address@hidden writes:
> When someone does an update of 'my source', all of the perl stuff is
> properly removed, and all of the C++ source files in 'my source' are
> properly added.
> The 'sub dir x' directories are all created, but the are no files in
> them (there should be).  CVS does not even create a CVS dir inside
> 'sub dir x'.

In order to get the new files, "someone" would have to ask to have new
directories created and they would have to specify your new branch.  In
command-line CVS, this is done with the -d and -r options, respectively.
I presume WinCVS has some appropriate GUI mechanisms to do the same.

-Larry Jones

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