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Re: Problems to tag a directory named .libs!

From: Goran
Subject: Re: Problems to tag a directory named .libs!
Date: 28 Sep 2004 06:37:01 -0700

Thanks for your response Guus. The problem was that the directory
.libs wasn't added to the repository. But the strange thing was that a
file in that directory was in the repository. When I added this
directory to the repository everything works just fine.

"Guus Leeuw jr." <address@hidden> wrote in message news:<address@hidden>...
> > -----Urspr ngliche Nachricht-----
> > Von: address@hidden 
> > [mailto:address@hidden Im 
> > Auftrag von Goran
> > Gesendet: vrijdag 24 september 2004 12:00
> > Betreff: Problems to tag a directory named .libs!
> > 
> > In my repository I got a directory starting with a dot(.). 
> > When I want to make a tag i get problems with that directory. 
> > The error message i get when making a tag from cervicia is 
> > the following: cvs tag -b v1 1 0 '.' cvs tag: in directory 
> > apps/handler/src/lib/.libs: cvs [tag aborted]: There is no 
> > version here; do 'cvs checkout' first
> I checked the manual(s) and it seems CVS has no problem with a . in the
> directory name.
> It looks like, according to the manual, that if you did not check out a
> directory from the repository, CVS might come back with a message "There 
> is
> no version here; do 'cvs checkout' first".
> Also, in a different set of manuals, I found that .libs is generated by 
> one
> of the GNU autotools...
> Cheers,
> Guus
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