[JDEV] CVS Question..
tcharron at nermail.ups.com
Tue Mar 30 10:40:01 CST 1999
> From: owner-jdev at jabber.org [mailto:owner-jdev at jabber.org]On Behalf Of
> Nicholas M. Kirsch
> Subject: Re: [JDEV] CVS Question..
> 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.
Well, since I have to manually add directories in the cvs source tree, I
can simply not add the directories. Visual C++ creates a 'Release' and/or
'Debug' directory, depending on what type of compile, which you'd NOT want
in the source tree.. It'll just mean I'll get ?'s on those directories, so
not a problem there..
> 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.
That's what I got out of it as well..
> 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.
Yep, exactly what I wanted to know.. Hopefully tonight there will be a
bunch-o-checkins in the Win32 directory..
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> 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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