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Re: is there a way to checkin a directory named core?

From: Jim the Standing Bear
Subject: Re: is there a way to checkin a directory named core?
Date: Thu, 4 May 2006 16:08:07 -0400

Hi Mark,
My bad for not posting the command nor the output. But your guess work hit the bullseye. I re-imported the project with the -I ! option and now it works fine. Thank you very much.
-- Jim

On 5/4/06, Mark D. Baushke <address@hidden> wrote:
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Jim the Standing Bear < address@hidden> writes:

> Hi,
> I have been working on a Java project where one
> of the package has "core" in its names, i.e.
> xxx.yyy.core.zz. Currently, the cvs won't check
> in that directory, so that the source code in
> the repository are missing a few files and the
> whole project won't even compile after its been
> checked out. Is there a way to let CVS check in
> the "core" directory into the repository?
> Renaming the core to something else is not an
> option. Thanks.

You must be talking about a 'cvs import' rather
than a 'cvs ci' command. However, you do not
actually provide the commands you are using or the
output which makes it guess work to answer you.

You probably want to add '-I !' to the list of
arguments to the import subcommand. Read here:

for the details.

       -- Mark
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