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Subject: Re: How can I change the administrative files?
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Busco Bruno writes:
> I am working on a Windows 95 local server.
> I have checked out, added a regular module definition and committed back the
> modules file but CVS continues to say that the module I look for does not
> exist.

Use forward slashes instead of backward slashes in $CVSROOT and any path
names you give to CVS.  When you commit a change to one of the
administrative files (like modules), you should see a message from CVS
about "Rebuilding administrative file database"; if you don't, you've
confused CVS and it won't recognize your change.  To fix the problem
without having to commit a dummy change, I believe "cvs init" will
rebuild the adminitrative file database without harming your existing

-Larry Jones

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