|Subject:||Files not always committed at the top level|
|Date:||Mon, 10 Feb 2003 17:16:41 -0600|
The scenario is the following:
I have a module called testSrc. testSrc contains a file called parent1.c, and a directory called childA. childA contains a file called childA1.c.
I checkout the module using: cvs -d :ext:address@hidden:/usr/local/cvsroot get testSrc
I make changes to parent1.c and childA1.c
I change my directory to testSrc
I commit using: cvs -d :ext:address@hidden:/usr/local/cvsroot commit -m "Commit message"
Note that the get and commit were performed using different users for the "-d" option.
The commit will only commit childA1.c. If I immediately rerun the same commit command, parent1.c will get committed.
If I commit without the "-d" option, both parent1.c and childA1.c will be committed the first time.
If I only modify parent1.c, then it will be committed during the first commit.
I am running the above tests on cvs1.11.1p1 on Redhat 7.2.
I don't think the problem is always reproducible.
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