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RE: Always ADD necessary (the first time) before COMMITs ?

From: Rez P
Subject: RE: Always ADD necessary (the first time) before COMMITs ?
Date: Thu, 10 Dec 2009 13:34:15 -0800

Yes, you have to add new files and folders before committing them.  You have 
introduced new subfolder structure under an existing project, it's easier to 
use the import command which combines both add and commit into one step but 
your new subfolder structure cannot contain existing files, if it does, you 
have to do add and commit subsequently.
> From: address@hidden
> To: address@hidden
> Date: Wed, 9 Dec 2009 20:05:40 +0100
> Subject: Always ADD necessary (the first time) before COMMITs ?
> Assume I want to put new files into an existing remote CVS repository project.
> I check out the project (=copying the existing files to the local hard disc).
> Then I copy additional files to this local CVS directory.
> How do I transfer/store these new files now to the remote repository as well?
> Simply committing seems not to be enough (as far as I understand).
> Because COMMIT only stores already existing files from local directory into 
> repository.
> So do I really have to ADD all new files the first time before COMMITing them 
> later?
> Ben
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