[JDEV] .cvsignore directories..
tcharron at nermail.ups.com
Tue Mar 30 10:42:43 CST 1999
> 1. I don't believe you can. You can check in the CVS documentation for a
> more concrete answer, but all my experiences tells me no.
Just found the answer in the FAQ. You CAN add directory names in the
..cvsignore file just as you can directories..
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"Moving at the speed of a T3 Trunk Line!"
> 2. I believe a -ko & -kb would be necessary. -ko prevents expansion of
> keywords (RCS tags) and -kb marks the file as binary. You should only need
> to do this when initially adding the file, as far as I can remember.
> 3. You need to manually add directories and files. When you run cvs
> update, CVS will inform you of an unknown file by putting a question mark
> in front of it.
> Hope that helps.
> Nicholas Kirsch
> nkirsch at olaf.nick.org
> On Mon, 29 Mar 1999, Thomas Charron wrote:
> > This should PROBRABLY only go to jeremie, but I'll throw it out to
> > everyone.. ;-P
> > Actually, there are 2 questions:
> > 1) Can you add DIRECTORIES to .cvsignore?
> > 2) I will also need to include .ico files in the
> clients/win32/res. Will I
> > need to add a -kb for those particular files?
> > Actually, I just thought of a 3rd question..
> > 3) Will cvs update automatically add new files and
> directories, or do I
> > specifically need to cvs add them?
> > --
> > Thomas Charron
> > United Parcel Service
> > Northeast Region
> > "Moving at the speed of a T3 Trunk Line!"
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