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Re: Reflecting changes with cvs import

From: E B
Subject: Re: Reflecting changes with cvs import
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2002 06:38:25 +0000 (GMT)

 --- Larry Jones <address@hidden> wrote: >
=?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.

Why doesnt cvs import 'remove' files when it can
'add' files?

> -Larry Jones
> My brain is trying to kill me. -- Calvin
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