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Question about convenient and automated committing

From: Hans Schwaebli
Subject: Question about convenient and automated committing
Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2007 05:32:30 -0700 (PDT)

If I deleted some files in a folder and I delete the same folder itself, what CVS command do I need to commit this change?
"ci" does not work. I use Ant for this, so here is my example:
        <cvs command="ci -R -m ${DEFAULT_CVS_COMMENT} numbers"
I see it in Eclipse that the folder is not deleted in CVS afterwards.
Assume that I don't know the filenames which have been in that deleted folder. I need a generic way to simply commit whatever has been changed in a directory, no matter what kind of change it is. For automation in the 21th century IT world this is very important.

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