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RE: modules file on Win32

From: Aldrich, Timothy
Subject: RE: modules file on Win32
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2003 17:38:20 -0400

> To the original poster:  How did you create the modules file? 
>  You need
set CVSROOT=h:\usr\Repository
cvs init
> to check out the CVSROOT directory (or at least the modules 
> file), edit
> it, and commit the changes.  It looks like you may not have done that
> final step.  When you do, you should get a message along the lines of
> "Rebuilding administrative file database"; if you don't, that's a
> problem, too.  The usual cause is using backslashes when doing the
> original checkout rather than forward slashes.
i think i may have used backslashes ( dang, i hate that !! )
how do i fix it now ?
> -Larry Jones
> Something COULD happen today.  And if anything DOES,
> by golly, I'm going to be ready for it! -- Calvin


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