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Re: Default Watching Bug ?

From: Colm Murphy
Subject: Re: Default Watching Bug ?
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2002 15:54:10 +0000
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Hi Noel,

"cvs watch on dir" turns on watching for all existing files (recursively). It doesn't however setup default watching. For that you need to use "cvs watch on" with no agruments, which works a treat.

Colm A

Noel Yap wrote:

I had thought that "cvs watch on dir" was working at
one point.

Anyway, I think "cvs watch on dir" should work as
doc'ed since this would make it work like all the
other commands (ie recursively).

--- Larry Jones <address@hidden> wrote:

Colm Murphy writes:

The manual says that "cvs watch on dir" will

create a fileattr with such
an entry but unfortunately this is not the case.

Is this a bug ?

Yes.  It's "cvs watch on" with *no arguments at all*
that creates a
default entry in fileattr.  Whether this is a bug in
the code or the
manual, I'll leave for others to decide.

-Larry Jones

I must have been delirious from having so much fun.
-- Calvin

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