|Subject:||RE: cvs remove|
|Date:||Thu, 18 Dec 2008 09:59:54 -0800|
I ran 'cvs -nq update' and everything seems to be fine. Thanks very much for your help and feedback.|
> Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2008 23:55:04 -0500
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> Subject: Re: cvs remove
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> Rez wrote:
> > I was in my images subfolder and I was trying to see the syntax for the
> > cvs remove command when I accidentally pressed Enter!
> > cvs server: file `frames_logo.gif' still in working directory
> > cvs server: 140 files exist; remove them first
> > C:\projects\images>
> > Have I clobbered anything and is there anything I need to do, besides
> > being careful next time?!
> Looks like you're fine. The last output line means that CVS skipped any
> files that still existed.
> You can double check by running the command 'cvs -nq update'. The -n
> parameter tells CVS not to really do anything, so it won't change
> anything in your working directory, but you will see the same output as
> the 'cvs update' command would have generated. Look for files with a
> status of 'R', for locally removed.
> You might want to get in the habit of using 'cvs help' to find the
> syntax of a CVS command (in this case, it would be 'cvs help remove').
> Just a thought ;=)
> - --
> Jim Hyslop
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