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Re: cvs update -C question

From: Janning Vygen
Subject: Re: cvs update -C question
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2001 18:08:29 +0100

Am Montag, 17. Dezember 2001 17:45 schrieben Sie:
> Hi
> I seem to have problems using the cvs update -C command to ignore
> any local copies of files, rather than merging them. This command
> is specified in all my local man pages, but when I try to run it, I
> get:
> (Locally modified file.txt moved to .#file.txt.1.20)
> cvs server: invalid option -- C
> Usage: cvs server [-APdflRp] [-k kopt] [-r rev|-D date] [-j rev]
> The local file is not moved but stays in place, because the
> operation is aborted.
> 1. Is this a new option? Can I find out if the server is running an
> old version of CVS?

Its definitly an old version running on the server. Log in and do 
"cvs --version". I think it was introduced in 1.11 but i might be 

> 2. Is there another way I can do the same thing?

delete file before updating. this way you get always a clean copy of 
your file. 

rm myfilename.txt
cvs update myfilename.txt

works fine for me.


> Thanks
> David
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