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RE: cvs add command add any new file into Attic directory.

From: Bulgrien, Kevin
Subject: RE: cvs add command add any new file into Attic directory.
Date: Mon, 4 Feb 2008 11:24:19 -0600

On 2/1/08 12:52 PM, "Zhao, Jing" <address@hidden> wrote:

>> bash-2.05$ cvs add jz0002.c
>> cvs add: scheduling file `jz0002.c' for addition on branch `scr105_b'
>> cvs add: use 'cvs commit' to add this file permanently
>> bash-2.05$ cvs ci -m 'jkjkjkjkjs'
>> cvs commit: Examining .
>> RCS file: /DEVL/logs/cvs/r057/source/Attic/jz0002.c,v
>> done
>> Checking in jz0002.c;
>> /DEVL/logs/cvs/r057/source/Attic/jz0002.c,v  <-- jz0002.c
>> new revision:; previous revision: 1.1
>> done

> I believe that files added to a branch without being added to the trunk
are placed in the Attic.

And further, when the branch is merged to trunk, the file usually moves
out of the Attic automatically - according to my experience.

Kevin Bulgrien

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