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Thu, 19 Dec 2002 17:57:56 -0500 (EST)
Cary Coulter writes:
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> I can't get the $CVSROOT/CVSROOT/cvsignore file to work correctly (what
> I think it should do :)). I put a single line entry with
> on it to keep these files from importing (we're migrating some projects
> from Visual SourceSafe), but they get imported and/or recognized as
> unknown files anyway. I really didn't want to have to include
> .cvsignore files in multiple subdirectories.
It works fine for me -- what version(s) of CVS are you running and on
what platform(s)? Local mode or client/server? Are you sure you don't
have "import -I!" in your ~/.cvsrc file?
Hey Doc, for 10 bucks I'll make sure you see those kids in the
waiting room again real soon! -- Calvin