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Re: Newbie Problem: About repositiory

From: Mike Ayers
Subject: Re: Newbie Problem: About repositiory
Date: Mon, 04 Nov 2002 15:31:52 -0800
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Noel Yap wrote:
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.

        What about...?

4. Run a script which deletes all the CVS/Root directories and then `cvs -d /new/path/to/repository update`

        Won't this do the trick?


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