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Re: RES: CVS import

From: Diego Ribeiro de Andrade
Subject: Re: RES: CVS import
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2004 17:42:49 -0300

The real question is... how do chekout/update a branch, but bring the trunk
revisoons of files that dont exist in the branch... but these files have to
be checked out in 1.1 revisions instead revisions... the best way to
this really is dont create the vendor branch... because in ower scheema of
use, we decided to create branchs in the main trunk rather then in another

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Conrad T. Pino" <address@hidden>
To: "Geoff Beier" <address@hidden>
Cc: <address@hidden>
Sent: Thursday, April 15, 2004 5:16 PM
Subject: RE: RES: CVS import

> Hi Geoff,
> > Does *anyone* use the version of cvs on windows OUTSIDE of
> > cygwin as a matter of general practice? (AIUI, both wincvs and
> > tortoisecvs use cvsnt, and eclipse has its own cvs client, so if your
> > cvs use is one of those products the answer is no.) If so, what
> > environment do you use it in?
> I use CVS command line client from "" on Windows 2000 with
> CVS server on/from NetBSD for all my internal projects.
> > >   C:\foo\bar>find . -exec cvs add {} \;
> > >   'find' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
> > >   operable program or batch file.
> > >
> > What version of Windows is this? The output I get from that command
> > outside of the cygwin environment on a windows 2000 or xp box is:
> > FIND: Parameter format not correct
> It's not native Windows, could be CygWin, MKS Tool Kit...
> Best regards,
> Conrad
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