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RE: How to add/commit a directory after the files therein are alr eady a
RE: How to add/commit a directory after the files therein are alr eady added/commited
Wed, 19 Apr 2006 18:42:53 -0500
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ming Kin Lai [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2006 6:31 PM
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: RE: How to add/commit a directory after the files
> therein are already added/commited
> >I would guess that no files under doc/ got tagged with v3_0_6.
> You are right. When I checked out v3_0_5, doc is there.
> >Sorry, I misunderstood. If you're talking about version3, then
> >Manual.tex _is_ on that branch; if you're talking about
> v3_0_6, it's a
> >non-branch tag. Does a "cvs up -dr version3" give you a doc/
> >If so, just tag it with v3_0_6 and you should see your files
> when you
> >check the project out.
> % cvs up -dr MESS3
> cvs update: Updating doc
> cvs update: move away doc/ChangeLog; it is in the way
> C doc/ChangeLog
> cvs update: move away doc/CodingStyle.txt; it is in the way
> C doc/CodingStyle.txt
> cvs update: move away doc/Makefile; it is in the way
> C doc/Makefile
> cvs update: move away doc/Manual.tex; it is in the way
> C doc/Manual.tex
> cvs update: move away doc/tutorial.doc; it is in the way
> C doc/tutorial.doc
> % cd doc
> % cvs status -v Manual.tex
> cvs status: move away Manual.tex; it is in the way
> File: Manual.tex Status: Unresolved Conflict
> Working revision: No entry for Manual.tex
> Repository revision: 126.96.36.199
> Existing Tags:
> v3_0_5 (revision: 188.8.131.52)
> v3_0_4 (revision: 184.108.40.206)
> MESS3 (branch: 1.1.2)
> Now what should I do? How do I "move away" files in doc?
> And how do i
> resolve the conflicts in those files? What i open those
> files, I do not see
> any conflicts indicated in the files. I cannot tag those
> files unless I
> resolve the conflicts first.
> And I do not have ~/.cvsrc.
CVS is telling you that it wants to put a copy of the file from the
repository into your doc/ directory, but can't because it doesn't want to
overwrite the existing file which has a newer timestamp.
If you want to use the versions from the repository, then you can just
delete the files in your doc/ directory. If you want to use your copies,
then you'll need to move them to another location, perform the update and
then move them back.
ps. Sorry about the footer.
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