Add .cvsignore entries for .fake files

Paul Chitescu paulc at
Mon Nov 23 04:07:17 CST 2009

On Friday 20 November 2009 05:43:48 pm Charles Davis wrote:
> Paul Chitescu wrote:
> > On Monday 16 November 2009 04:11:25 pm Paul Chitescu wrote:
> >> Changelog:
> >> 	Add .cvsignore entries for .fake files.
> > 
> > What's wrong with this? Applies cleanly to my pristine wine-CVS, tried 
> > patch taken from wine-patches bounce.
> > 
> > Whoever rejected with "fails to apply" please reply with the output.
> > 
> > 
> > 
> We don't use CVS anymore. Now we use git. You need to first upgrade to
> git, then modify the .gitignore file.
> Chip

Obviously I use CVS and the ? ......fake status reports are a nuissance. The 
fact you don't care about CVS doesn't mean everybody has to switch, especially 
since git isn't supported as widely as CVS.

Can someone clarify if there's a relation between .gitignore and .cvsignore 
files? Are they synchronized somehow?

If .cvsignore is generated from .gitignore then there's something wrong.

If .cvsignore files are stored separately in CVS then the patch can be applied 
only there by AJ (I've seen the repository being locked by user "juillard" 
while applying the patches).



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