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Re: cvs import ignore

From: James. L
Subject: Re: cvs import ignore
Date: Tue, 22 May 2007 11:38:50 -0700 (PDT)

--- Larry Jones <address@hidden> wrote:

> James. L writes:
> > 
> > it turns out that those are empty directories.
> once i
> > create a dummy file, the directory import is fine.
> > 
> > why cvs behaving like this?
> Because CVS manages files, not directories.

i see. thanks.

> > it also ignores .so file
> > as mentioned in the cvs ignore list. what's the
> reason
> > behine this? 
> .so is used for shared libraries on most Unix
> systems.

for some projects i do need to include a .so file -
for example a perl CPAN module may require compilation
and generate a .so file.

i have no problem cvs doing this. but that means i
have to keep remembering checkin the .so files. the
same goes for empty directories.. it feels like CVS
gets in the way.

> -Larry Jones


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