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Re: Dependencies problem

From: Paul Sander
Subject: Re: Dependencies problem
Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2001 11:39:51 -0700

Make a distinction between modules and subsystems.  For this, I'll use
SA to mean "subsystem A", SB to mean "subsystem B" and so on.

Create modules for each subsystem:

subsystem-A     src/A
subsystem-B     src/B
subsystem-C     src/C
subsystem-D     src/D

Then create your modules to contain the proper subsystems:

A       -a subsystem-A
B       -a subsystem-A subsystem-B
C       -a subsystem-A subsystem-C
D       -a subsystem-A subsystem-B subsystem-C subsystem-D

There are a number of variations of this to try, depending on the
organization of your code, but this kind of factoring is the key
to accomplishing what you want.

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I've got the following modules with their respective
compilation dependencies:
A depends on nothing
B depends on A
C depends on A
D depends on B and C

How to organize such a structure under CVS? Indeed, if
I set the dependencies the way it is mentioned above,
I'll get A twice when I'll checkout D in my working

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