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RES: RES: CVS import

From: Marcelo Carvalho Fernandes
Subject: RES: RES: CVS import
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2004 14:57:54 -0300

Sorry, "cvs add" creates a new module ? I don't understand how i can use it
to import a new module.

Marcelo Carvalho Fernandes
Diretor de Sistemas
Smart Tech Consulting
Avenida Rio Branco 181 Sala 1005
Tel: 55 (21) 2532-6335

-----Mensagem original-----
De: address@hidden
[mailto:address@hidden nome de McNamee,
Enviada em: quinta-feira, 15 de abril de 2004 14:34
Para: address@hidden
Assunto: RE: RES: CVS import

> It does.  It's called `cvs add':
> $ find . -exec cvs add {} \;

<flame heat="50%">

Unfortunately, the whole world doesn't run Unix...

  C:\foo\bar>find . -exec cvs add {} \;
  'find' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
  operable program or batch file.

It's no big deal to get a Unix-style find utility for Windows,
but that isn't the point.  I've never understood why cvs add
doesn't have the option to work recursively when most other
cvs commands do.  This issue keeps coming up on info-cvs.
I get the impression that there is no real technical reason,
but there is a philosophical belief that vendor branches are
a Good Thing, and everybody should use them whether they want
to or not.


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