[cvsnt] incomplete "Entries" file on checkout
amarkjohnson at comcast.net
Thu Oct 4 00:20:28 BST 2007
Actually it's the -P flag which deletes local empty folders (Prune empty
directories). The -d flag places the contents of the top level module in
the "dir" specified after -d. In my example there will be no claimsmanager
directory, but instead it's contents will be placed in the
On 10/3/07, Flávio Etrusco <flavio.etrusco at gmail.com> wrote:
> It could simply be that all files in the module were removed in/from
> HEAD and because you're using '-d' flag cvs will delete the local
> empty folders.
> On 10/3/07, Mark Johnson <amarkjohnson at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I am using cvsnt 2.5.03 (Scorpio) Build 2382.
> > I just discovered I have a problem on initial checkout of two modules.
> > After doing an initial checkout, the cvs metadata in the top module is
> > incomplete. I have an Entries.Log which has the entries that are
> > from the Entries file. Since I normally do not have an Entries.Log file
> > seems something went wrong. See examples below.
> > cvs command:
> > cvs -d :pserver:mjohnso2 at cvs01.pcl.ingenix.com:/freya_repo -q co -r HEAD
> > c:\temp\cvstest\cmtest -P claimsmanager
> > Entries:
> > /bldnumber.properties/1.12/Mon Oct 1 20:48:08 2007//THEAD
> > D
> > Entries.Log
> > A D/Builds////
> > A D/Installations////
> > A D/Projects////
> > A D/common////
> > Does anyone know what may cause this? When I do an update, it corrects
> > problem. Both modules which have this problem originated from the same
> > code, so they may have similar files and module structures.
> > Thanks,
> > Mark
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