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Re: multiple versions of the same file imported

From: Shawn Hamzee
Subject: Re: multiple versions of the same file imported
Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2001 14:17:28 -0400

the repositories are located in the same dir as the development files are
located. so for example if i have a directory of

i've had cvs import this same file/path to the same file/path combo thereby
creating a ,v file right next to the original file. so now, i'll be having
both /home/sbs/products/index.html and /home/sbso/products/index.html,v in
the same directory


"Kaz Kylheku" <address@hidden> wrote in message
> In article <address@hidden>, Shawn Hamzee
> >Fellow hackers,
> >
> >In my company we just implemented version control utilizing cvs. when I
> >to import different resources into the newly created repositories, on
> Why the plural? Is there a specific reason why you have more than
> one repository at the outset of this project? Where have you located
> these repositories?
> >directories, cvs creates multiple versions of the same file. For example
> >when I run this command:
> >
> >
> >cvs import -m "main import" /home/sbs mainjob start
> >
> >while in the directory /home/sbs, for certain files or perhaps in certain
> >situations, cvs created multiple file such as this:
> >
> >index.html
> >index.html,v
> >index.html,v,v
> >index.html,v,v,v
> You have somehow managed to import a repository into itself.
> In CVS, a repository lives in a different place from the working code.
> CVS isn't RCS.

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