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Re: Reflecting changes with cvs import

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: Reflecting changes with cvs import
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2002 13:00:37 -0500 (EST)

=?iso-8859-1?q?E=20B?= writes:
> Lets say I add a few files and delele a few files
> and modify a few other files in my checked out 
> folder. and I want to commit all these changes.
> This requires to do a cvs add and cvs delete before
> a commit. This is a tedious process if the number of
> such additions and deletions are large in number and 
> spread across different directories.

Well, you should add or remove the files from CVS as you add or remove
them from your filesystem (you can always change your mind as long as
you haven't committed the add/remove yet).  But since you didn't do
that, you can always just do "cvs add" or "cvs remove" with no arguments
and let it examine all the files -- you'll get warnings for all of the
inapproprate files (e.g., add will warn about all the files that are
already in CVS), but it will add the new files or remove the deleted
files nonetheless.

-Larry Jones

My brain is trying to kill me. -- Calvin

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