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IIRC, I used to do:
cvs co module
cd module
cp -r from_dir to_dir
find to_dir | xargs cvs add

Since I haven't done this in a while, I may be missing some syntax in the final
command line.


address@hidden on 2001.02.15 12:28:18

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Subject:  cvs add --new

I like Rex's idea of creating a new way to add
a new directory (and contents) to the repo.
I do this all the time; "Import" is typically not
what I want to do, and I haven't yet written a
wrapper script to perform this sequence of actions
so I end up doing it manually:

cvs -F co -l <parent> (To avoid my default "co -P")
Copy the "new" folder into the local "parent" dir
cd <parent>
cvs add <new>

It *would* be nice to have a "add --new" or something
like that (there must be some single-letter option we
can use).  I think the only thing Rex left out of
the required args is the path to the desired "parent"
dir in the repo under which to add the new folder
(like for the "import" command).


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