Subject: Re: AnonCVS oddity
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 04/06/2001 13:50:43
>> cvs becomes unhappy when it wants to dig a new directory
>> (usr.sbin/mrouted/mrouted), and there already is a normal file.
>> there are two solutions I guess:
>> - clean your source code tree before running cvs update.
>> - always use objdir on builds. clean everything up, and run "make obj"
>> from the top level directory.
>but usr.sbin/mrouted/mrouted is the binary that gets installed as
>/usr/sbin/mrouted why would cvs expect it to be a directory?
in the past there was a directory at usr.sbin/mrouted/mrouted.
when cvs does "cvs update" it tries to dig the directory, and then
removes it (by the effect of -P).
>so i gotta clean everything up whenever i want to do a 'cvs update'? that is
>not a really good answer since my machine is slow and i want to use 'make build
>UPDATE=1' so only what was changed gets rebuilt.
then use objdirs to split binaries/*.o files from source code tree.
clean everything up once, and run "make obj" at the
top directory. every time you run "make build", run "make obj".