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Actually I comment was meant to point out a percieved flaw in CVS.  When I show
developers CVS in the environment that I work, putting new projects into CVS is
a place that they see weakness in CVS as they either have to pretend they are
own vendor, or use the top level dir checkout trick.  I was simply suggesting
that we
can improve the image of CVS by adding an easy way for a user to create a new
level directory for a new subsystem.


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