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Greg A. Woods
Mon, 28 Apr 2003 10:59:26 -0400 (EDT)
[ On Monday, April 28, 2003 at 15:54:06 (+0200), Samuel Blanchet wrote: ]
> Subject: export
> Is it possible to export a directory with data and empty directories via CVS ?
What do you mean by "a directory with data"?
No, empty directories cannot be exported by CVS. CVS only manages
changes to text file content. Directories are just structural
components used to keep files in their place.
> <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
Please DO NOT EVER send HTML, rich text, or otherwise stylized e-mail,
especially not to me or to any public mailing list. Not all mail
readers will recognize such formats, and their added volume is generally
a total waste of bandwidth, storage, and processing power for everyone.
HTML in particular is a potential security threat and many firewalls and
some mailing lists filter it entirely -- especially since CERT and
Microsoft have jointly anounced a very major flaw in the HTML rendering
engine used in all Microsoft products (in versions still widely in use,
and which isn't even properly fixed in the most recent releases).
For more information see, for instance, the following articles:
Please send all your messages as plain text only.
Greg A. Woods
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- export, Samuel Blanchet, 2003/04/28
- Re: export,
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