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Tue, 8 May 2001 20:02:37 -0400 (EDT)
I am using CVS version 1.10.7 on Solaris.
I have added a directory called util at $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/util. I then put a
file in this directory called foo.bar, then added and committed it to CVS.
I get the message that the CVS administrative database is rebuilding.. or
whatever without even adding it to the checkoutlist file.
I then added and removed the entry for that file in the checkoutlist file.
Then I did a cvs commit with changes to foo.bar in the util directory and
always get that message about rebuilding the database. I can even checkout
the CVSROOT directory from scratch without an entry for it in the
checkoutlist file and still get the file foo.bar.
Is the checkoutlist functionality bogus or is the message about rebuilding
bogus? I thought that was the whole point of the checkoutlist?? What is the
point of checkoutlist...
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- checkoutlist bogus??,
Peter Lynch <=