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Re: Repairing repository

From: Mike Ayers
Subject: Re: Repairing repository
Date: Mon, 29 Jul 2002 11:48:53 -0700
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Matt Riechers wrote:
address@hidden wrote:

I have copied the backup in to create a new repository.  Now I
must identify the files in the current working tree which are newer than
(different from) the files in the repository, and get them comitted.  Any
suggestions for the easy way to do this?

What's wrong with 'cvs update/commit'?

Possibly nothing. However, it was my understanding that `cvs update` will clobber any files which are different from those in the repository. Checking, I see that this will only happen if I use the '-C' flag (which I don't want). Will update then mark all files which are different from the repository as commitable, so I can just commit them and be back where I was? If so, my day just got considerably brighter...



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