cvs update mystery
fgouget at free.fr
Tue Oct 12 17:14:29 CDT 2004
On Sun, 10 Oct 2004, Michael Drüing wrote:
> Try "cvs update -dPR", that fixed a similar problem for me once (not
> in wine, though) (-d adds new directories, -P removes empty
> directories, -R recurses into subdirs)
-P and -d seem unlikely to change anything though it's a good idea to
put them in ~/.cvsrc. -R seems redundant, cvs already recurses into
subdirectories without it (unless you told it not to in ~/.cvsrc?).
However you may try -A which tell cvs to remove sticky tags. It's useful
if you checked out a specific version of a file (e.g. using -r or -D)
but now want to get the latest version.
Francois Gouget fgouget at free.fr http://fgouget.free.fr/
The greatest programming project of all took six days; on the seventh day the
programmer rested. We've been trying to debug the *&^%$#@ thing ever since.
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