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Re: Newbie Problem: About repositiory

From: Noel Yap
Subject: Re: Newbie Problem: About repositiory
Date: Mon, 4 Nov 2002 11:07:50 -0800 (PST)

There're several things (with varying pro's and con's)
you can do:
1. move back the repo until you've checked in
everything you need (and don't checkout another
working directory until it's moved back)
2. create a symlink (or mount the new repo) to the
location of the old repo
3. modify all your CVS/R* files to point to the new

1 and 2 may not be possible in your environment.  3 is
intrusive and error-prone.

--- Xicheng Jia <address@hidden> wrote:
> I have several modules in my repository under the
> following
> directory:
>   /users/t1/CVSROOT
> But recently, our system administrator transfered
> all my data to another
> directory, say:
>   /users/005/t3/CVSROOT
> Then I can not checkin or do some other cvs
> operations correctly on
> the files I checkouted out several weeks before, b/c
> the CVS root had been
> changed. Can anyone tell me what I should do to
> recover the relationship
> between my files and the modules. Also, shall I
> re-import the modules???
> Thanks a lot for your kind help.
> Have a nice day, :)
> Xicheng
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> Info-cvs mailing list
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