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Re: problem with update -d module/dir1/dir2/file1


From: Steve_Shriver
Subject: Re: problem with update -d module/dir1/dir2/file1
Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2009 15:30:07 -0400

Hi, 

Also, the following shows the problem is clearly with update -d not 
creating the fullpath to a file as it is advertised to do: 

address@hidden vwr]$ rm -rf catalog/jpg/020
address@hidden vwr]$ cvs update -d catalog/jpg/020/thumb_020997.jpg
cvs [update aborted]: no such directory `catalog/jpg/020'
address@hidden vwr]$ cvs co catalog/jpg/020/thumb_020997.jpg
U catalog/jpg/020/thumb_020997.jpg
address@hidden vwr]$ ls -aCF catalog/jpg/020
CVS/  thumb_020997.jpg
address@hidden vwr]$ cvs update -d catalog/jpg/020/thumb_020998.jpg
U catalog/jpg/020/thumb_020998.jpg

Hope this helps, 
Steve 




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Steve Shriver/VWRI 
07/28/2009 02:31 PM

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problem with update -d module/dir1/dir2/file1





Hi, 

Spent a day or two searching thru google for answers to this problem. 
Thought I'd check with you guys too. 

$> cd /dir/local/repo
$> cvs update -d module/d1/d2/file1 

address@hidden cvs update -d catalog/jpg/010/thumb_010999.jpg
cvs [update aborted]: no such directory `catalog/jpg/010' 

address@hidden ls -aCF catalog/jpg
./  ../  000/  020/  CVS/


address@hidden vwr]$ cvs --version
Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11.22 (client/server)


Seems to be related to the "trailing slash" bug that prevents "cvs update 
-d m1/d1/d2/" but works with "cvs update -d m1/d1/d2".  So do I need to 
test the path exists prior to update? Or put something in the CVS/Entries 
file? 

I'm trying to avoid a full checkout just to get a few files in a 
particular module's path. What are my options? 

Thanks,
Steve 




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