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Re: cvs update new directories

From: yh
Subject: Re: cvs update new directories
Date: Thu, 2 Nov 2006 13:41:25 +1100 (EST)
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Thanks Spiro. I've tried to use "cvs -f update", but still noting was
updated, no did the CVS Entries in another machine. Then, I started to
create a new copy by "cvs co module", it got all new directoris, the only
thing I could not undstand was there were to Entries, one is Entries and
another is a new Entries.Log in the CVS directory (which I don't have the
Entries.Log in my copy). Why the CVS server created another Entries.Log?
Could this be a problem where other machine does not have Entries.Log
(only Entries)? I've little bit lost by this situation.

Thank you.


> Hello Jim,
> * On Wed, Nov 01, 2006 at 09:46:19PM +1100 Jim wrote:
>> I added and committed a new directory to the CVS tree from my local work
>> copy. I can see the new added directory in CVS Entries of my local copy
>> and I can see the new added directory in CVS server. But when I did a
>> "cvs update" from another machine, the new added directory did not come,
>> noting was updated. What is this problem and now can I fix it?
> most probably, the -P option is used on that second machine. Make sure
> it is not used (by issuing "cvs -f update ...").
> Best regards,
>    Spiro.
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> Spiro R. Trikaliotis                    
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