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Thu, 30 Oct 2003 10:22:05 -0000
Can anyone confirm that the sentence in bold is really true?
mname -a aliases...
"This represents the simplest way of defining a module mname. The `-a' flags
the definition as a simple alias: cvs will treat any use of mname (as a
command argument) as if the list of names aliases had been specified
I doesn't work for me.
I have a module defined as:
I can do a cvs checkout mod1 but cannot use mod1 in any other command.
cvs status mod1
says that nothing is known about mod1. If I instead do
cvs status dir1/a
it works. So, it doesn't seem to be true that nname and aliases are
Why is that? Does anyone know?
- modules aliases,
Rosa Macias <=