|Subject:||Checkout into a specific directory|
|Date:||Thu, 25 Oct 2001 13:24:17 -0600|
I'm trying to checkout some directories into one directory on the client computer. To do so I do this:
cvs -d :ext:address@hidden:/repos -z3 co -kb -N -d "c:\test" moduleName\dir1 moduleName\dir2
The problem is that CVS creates a "moduleName" directory in c:\test and then checks out the directories into this folder. What I want is to be able to checkout the dir1 and dir2 directories directly into c:\test. Is this possible?
If I execute the same command above but only specify the modulename like so:
cvs -d :ext:address@hidden:/repos -z3 co -kb -N -d "c:\test" moduleName
then no "moduleName" folder is created and everything checks out normally, which would be fine except I only want to checkout certain directories within the module.
Any help is appreciated!
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