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Re: cvs edit/commit problem

From: Noel L Yap
Subject: Re: cvs edit/commit problem
Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2000 17:53:33 -0400

address@hidden on 2000.10.05 16:42:02
>I would argue that in your situation you should type
>  cvs commit file1
>instead of
>  cvs commit

What if there were tons of files spread throughout the directory hierarchy?

>It seems arbitrary that it operates on only modified files, do people
>really like this. So far I have seen a lot of "it is right because it
>is the way it is," not "it is right because it seems the proper

It's the way it is 'cos "cvs ci" works the way it did when "cvs edit" didn't
exist.  IMO, it might require a rearchitecture of CVS to change this.


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