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Re: Adding files

From: Jim Hyslop
Subject: Re: Adding files
Date: Thu, 01 Sep 2005 17:36:47 -0400
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Dave wrote:
Hello all,

I'm sitting in the root of my (large) CVS source tree. Spread throughout the
directories of the tree are a number of new files, all with the extension

From the root of my course tree, I'd like to issue the following command:

cvs add *.vcproj

However, my CVS client responds that it knows nothing about *.vcproj.

I am working under a DOS command prompt. If I were under Linux, I'd try
something like this:

cvs add `find . -name "*.vcproj" -print`

Alas, I don't have that option in Bill's world.
No, but Cygwin lets you do that.

How may I accomplish my aim here without going into each individual

dir /s /b *.vcproj>projfiles.bat

will give you a list of all the .vcproj files. Then edit the file to insert "cvs add".

Klunky, ugly, time-consuming and all that, but it'll get you there.


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