[cvsnt] Modules2 definition
matt at schuckmannacres.com
Thu Feb 8 21:27:00 GMT 2007
Van Quakebeke, Joe wrote:
> I am trying to pull all the files in separate directories into
> one directory ( I have a group I am migrating from VSS and they have
> linked files). So I setup modules2 and I can get all the files I want
> from a parent dir through all the children dirs. But all the files are
> in the respective subdirs, not in the top dir.
> Here is my definition:
> / = Symmetry-Products/Release65/ETG/win32/Grouper
> / = Symmetry-Products/Release65/ETG/unix/classes_unix
> classes_unix never seems to be seen. I have 2 files there but they are
> never copied into my sandbox.
> If I comment out the first line then I get them.
> So how do I define modules2 to get all the .c and .cpp in Grouper,
> Grouper sub dirs, and all the files in unix_classes into one single
> directory without sub directories?
> I am making the assumption that there are no duplicate filenames.
> I was thinking it might be possible to use symbolic links in the repo
> but I understand that is not recommended.
> "Secure Server BSK" made the following
> annotations on 02/08/2007 02:39:20 PM
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This is one of the more annoying broken parts of modules2 once you place
something in the root of a module nothing else goes in there.
Basically I've found (and many others) that modules2 almost works but is
broken in so many subtle ways that it just isn't worth it.
Many times people have said wait for 2.? or EVS and it will be better
but that's really not much help for most us now.
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