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Re: Resolved problem

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: Resolved problem
Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2002 13:37:00 -0500 (EST)

Kyle Adams writes:
> One final note on this.  There are (at least) three ways of adding multiple 
> files in one fell swoop:
> 1) Do it from the command line, with "cvs add file1 file2 file3 fileN".
> 2) Create a wrapper script that allows you to add multiple files from the 
> command line without explicity specifying each one.
> 3) Use a GUI (WinCvs, tkCvs, Cervisia, etc).

Just to reiterate, if you want to add *all* the new files, you can do:

        cvs add *

You'll get warnings for the files that are already in CVS, but it will
still add all the new files.  And if that adds a few more files than you
intended, you can use "cvs rm" to undo an add as long as you haven't
committed it.

-Larry Jones

They can make me do it, but they can't make me do it with dignity. -- Calvin

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