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> My main problem with "Import" is that it does not insert
> all the metadata into my existing directory structure.
> So once I import the stuff, I then have to move it out
> of the way (rename the dir) and check everything out
> again.  "Add" takes care of this for me.

It seems that what is being asked for is a CVS command to convert a 
regular directory into a cvs workspace directory so that it isn't 
necessary to do an initial checkout. But in virtually every situation 
(there may be an occasional exception), everyone that is working on a 
project needs their own workspace directory. So, everybody for the most 
part has to do a checkout anyway. Implementing a new CVS operation to 
avoid a single checkout operation in the context of a large project 
where there will be inumerable checkout would no warrant the effort 
required, IMHO. Thanks



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