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Re: desperate for help with WinCvs and VC++ 6

From: Allen Jensen
Subject: Re: desperate for help with WinCvs and VC++ 6
Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2002 10:20:43 -0500

If I understand your example, you are checking out the files, not doing
an update to an already checked-out sandbox.  That is to say, you start
with no files in your project (empty directory) and you check-out the
complete project.  Since the VC++ IDE bases modification on the file
time-stamps, all of the files appear "new" to the IDE and it rebuilds 

Rather than checking out the files every time and deleting in-between, what you
should do is leave your sandbox in place and do an Update rather than a

Hope I have understood your situation and that this makes sense.

Allen Jensen

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Shawn McLean" <address@hidden>
To: <address@hidden>
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 10:16 PM
Subject: desperate for help with WinCvs and VC++ 6

> If I checkout files from the cvs server (mandrake 8.1) onto my windows
> machine (windows 2000 pro) using WinCvs, everytime I try to compile or run
> the exe, it requires a full compile, compiling every source file each time
> (even though I havn't made changes to those source files).
> Normally, the VC++ IDE remembers what files have been changed and which
> haven't and will only compile the necessary files. This is extremely
> annoying, and we're desperate for a solution.
> Thanks
> Shawn McLean
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