|Subject:||RE: error removing a directory from my working directory|
|Date:||Fri, 28 Jan 2005 17:09:34 -0500|
Thanks for your response.
So right now, there are no traces of this directory (the directory itself, and all its subdirectories and files and CVS dirs) in my working directory, but it is still there in the repository.
I've typed in cvs release -d. I have no uncommitted changes.
Now when I want to get a working copy of the directory I just got rid of:
cvs checkout dir_name I get the error "cannot find module 'dir_name' -ignored"
what does this mean? How can I do this?
From: Jim.Hyslop [mailto:address@hidden]
Sent: Friday, January 28, 2005 3:02 PM
Subject: RE: error removing a directory from my working directory
Kerry Tang wrote:
> In this directory that I wanted to remove, I typed rm *.*
> This removed everything in the directory (including the CVS
> directories that CVS automatically creates when you add
> directories and files to the repository).
> This is a mistake, right?
Not a big one. CVS should be able to handle it.
> How can I correct this mistake, and remove the directory from
> the working directory properly?
cvs release -d will remove the directory, and will also warn you if you have
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