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Re: Do I have a problem with my CVS/Entries file?

From: Steven W. Orr
Subject: Re: Do I have a problem with my CVS/Entries file?
Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 11:53:06 -0400 (EDT)

On Wednesday, Sep 21st 2005 at 11:20 -0400, quoth Larry Jones:

=>Steven W. Orr writes:
=>> Note that the Entries file is missing src, LocalHostMonitorAPI, CVSROOT 
=>> and diagnostic.
=>Are the any other Entries.* files in the CVS subdirectory?

I also get an Entries.Log

A D/LocalHostMonitorAPI////
A D/src////
A D/diagnostic////

=>Do you have the same problem if you do the checkout in local mode on the

In local mode I get an Entries.Log
A D/install////
A D/GuardiumCustom////
A D/SharedMemoryDriver////
A D/platform////

and an Entries.Static that is empty.

=>>From your subsequent mail, it appears that "." is defined as a module --
=>do you have the same problem if you delete the module definition ("." is
=>a perfectly good directory name, so you don't need a module definition
=>for it, although it shouldn't hurt)?
=>-Larry Jones
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