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MSVC Problems

From: Paul Grenyer
Subject: MSVC Problems
Date: Thu, 25 Apr 2002 13:21:57 +0100

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I sent this email to the CVSNT list earlier, but didn't get any response.
I'm hoping someone here might be able to help. :-)

I'm new to CVSNT and I'm currently importing an MSVC project. I can import
the project from the command line (I haven't got to grips with
CvsIn_4_2_1_38 yet, more later) without any problem, but when I checkout the
project all the folders I've produced in the class view to group my classes
have disappeared. Has anyone else had this problem?

I assume for some reason the file containing the info about the folders
isn't being imported, but the rest of the project settings appear to be

I've also downloaded the source for CvsIn_4_2_1_38 and can compile it, but
I'm not sure what to do then. Obviously I want to install it into MSVC. Any
help would be appreciated.


Paul Grenyer
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