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Re: Exclusions don't work for alias modules


From: Derek R. Price
Subject: Re: Exclusions don't work for alias modules
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2001 11:20:39 -0500

Could you submit a sanity.sh test case for this so I can more easily
determine if this is still broken in 1.11.0.1?

Derek

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Stephen Rasku wrote:

> Tested CVS 1.10.8 on Solaris 7.
>
> I have a module specified, like so:
>
>         foo     path/to/foo
>         FOO     -a foo !foo/ignore-me1 !foo/ignore-me2
>
> If I check out foo like this:
>
>         cvs co FOO
>
> I get foo with ignore-me1 and ignore-me2 excluded.  This is as it
> should be.  However, if I do:
>
>         cvs co -d foo1 FOO
>
> The ignore-me[12] directories are included anyways.
>
> Now, if I specify another module like this:
>
>         bar     another/path/to/bar
>         FOOBAR  foo bar !foo/ignore-me1 !bar/ignore-me3
>
> And I do
>
>         cvs co FOOBAR
>
> This works as expected.  The files are excluded from their respective
> directories.  However, if I do:
>
>         cvs co -d babar FOOBAR
>
> I only get foo checked out (with a top-level name of babar).  I don't
> get bar checked out at all.  foo also contains the ignore-me1
> directory in this case.
>
> I don't know what the solution is for the second case.  Using the -d
> option in this case can't make sense.  I recommend that an error
> message be displayed and the checkout should fail.
>
> In the first case, CVS should be smart enough to determine that I have
> just renamed the directory from foo to foo1.  It would know to exclude
> the specified sub-directories from the (newly renamed) directory
> causing foo1/ignore-me1 and foo1/ignore-me2 directories to be ignored.
>
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> Stephen Rasku                   E-mail: address@hidden
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