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Re: On creating new branch from trunk, one of the directroy is missing

From: Terminator
Subject: Re: On creating new branch from trunk, one of the directroy is missing
Date: Mon, 01 Oct 2007 22:30:08 -0700
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Thanks for the information. The directory is empty in the trunk. So i
guess something went wrong when merging from rel-1-branch to trunk.
What is the correct way to fix this. Sould i copy the directory from
rel-1-branch to rel-2-branch and do merge it to the trunk from rel-2-
branch. Appreciate your help.

On Oct 1, 4:31 pm, Ted Stern <address@hidden> wrote:
> On 01 Oct 2007 15:17:16 -0700, Terminator wrote:
> > Folks,
> >  Recently i did create a new branch from the trunk using the below
> > cmd.
> > 1- Created a base tag (cvs rtag rel-2-base test)
> > 2- Create a new branch (cvs rtag -r rel-2-base -b rel-2-branch test)
> > Everything went smooth, Then i did checkout a rel-2-branch and one of
> > the directory in the trunk is missing in branch. Can someone help me
> > with this. Appreciate your help.
> > TIA
> Was that directory empty?  Do you perhaps have the -P option set for
> checkout in your ~/.cvsrc file?
> Try this:
>     cvs -f checkout -d test.rel-2-branch test
> The global -f option bypasses ~/.cvsrc settings.
> Otherwise, you might look at the files in that subdirectory and see if
> any of them received the tag.
> Ted
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