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Re: Checkout into a specific directory

From: Jason Allen
Subject: Re: Checkout into a specific directory
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2001 15:19:54 -0600

Hmm, if I do this:

cvs co -d c:/test -l moduleName

then i get a folder called "moduleName" in my c:\test directory, which is
what I  don't want :(

Jason A.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Larry Jones" <address@hidden>
To: "Jason Allen" <address@hidden>
Cc: <address@hidden>
Sent: Thursday, October 25, 2001 2:00 PM
Subject: Re: Checkout into a specific directory

> Jason Allen writes:
> >
> > 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?
> Well, one way to do it is:
> cvs co -d c:/test -l moduleName
> cd c:/test
> cvs co dir1 dir2
> Another is:
> cvs co -d c:/test -l moduleName
> cvs co -d c:/test/dir1 moduleName/dir1
> cvs co -d c:/test/dir2 moduleName/dir2
> (Note that backslashes only mostly work with CVS -- unless you enjoy
> unpleasant surprises, I suggest you get used to using forward slashes
> in CVS commands instead.)
> -Larry Jones
> I stand FIRM in my belief of what's right!  I REFUSE to
> compromise my principles! -- Calvin
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