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Re: cvs remove
Re: cvs remove
Wed, 17 Dec 2008 23:55:04 -0500
Thunderbird 22.214.171.124 (Macintosh/20081105)
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> I was in my images subfolder and I was trying to see the syntax for the
> cvs remove command when I accidentally pressed Enter!
> cvs server: file `frames_logo.gif' still in working directory
> cvs server: 140 files exist; remove them first
> Have I clobbered anything and is there anything I need to do, besides
> being careful next time?!
Looks like you're fine. The last output line means that CVS skipped any
files that still existed.
You can double check by running the command 'cvs -nq update'. The -n
parameter tells CVS not to really do anything, so it won't change
anything in your working directory, but you will see the same output as
the 'cvs update' command would have generated. Look for files with a
status of 'R', for locally removed.
You might want to get in the habit of using 'cvs help' to find the
syntax of a CVS command (in this case, it would be 'cvs help remove').
Just a thought ;=)
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