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Re: your mail
Re: your mail
Wed, 18 Apr 2001 21:47:08 -0700
Well, manually deleting it from the repository is the only
way to remove the directory.
However, that doesn't mean it's a good idea. You lose that
version history forever if you do that. A better alternative
is to put this in your .cvsrc :
-P prunes empty directories, so you do not see them on update
-d downloads new directories on update ( not directly related,
but you definitely should use this ;)
Or, of course, to do "cvs update -dP" everytime you do an update,
but the .cvsrc is desirable.
Every GUI cvs client I've seen so far ( Tortoise, WinCVS ) lets
you specify these options, or has them on by default.
On Thu, Apr 19, 2001 at 04:10:29AM +0000, JavaSoft wrote:
> Dear Mr Rob Helmer,
> Thanks for your answer, but i already knew the way u said, actually my
> question is how can i delete the emty folder from cvs server including the
> Attic directory after i deleted the whole files first ?? can i just delete it
> manually using linux command ?? is it a good way wat or not ???
> a Java Addicted
> Runbox Mail Manager - www.runbox.com
> Free online email application
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