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Newbie question

From: Andrés
Subject: Newbie question
Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2002 13:02:56 -0700 (PDT)

Hi y'all.

Last week I had a problem with my computer and I kinda
lost everything, including my CVSROOT. I have a .tgz
file which is a backup of CVSROOT from a few weeks ago
and a working copy of my project (not a cvs export
copy of the project)

But this .tgz as you all supponse is not up-to-date
because I had made some changes since then.

This is what i wanna do:
tar zxvf myCVSROOT.tgz
then I'm planning to commit each file of my working

Problem #1: I have a structure of subdirectories,
sub-subdirectories, etc. do i have to move from on
directory to subdirectory commiting files? What do you
all suggest? any scripts available i could borrow from

Problem #2: The CVS directories  under each
subdirectory of my working copy of the project are
going to be a problem  when i commit? should I erase

Problem #3: Am i missing something?

Thanks in advance,

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