Subject: Re: Problems with CVS repository?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Aymeric Vincent <email@example.com>
Date: 07/24/2001 13:52:53
firstname.lastname@example.org (D'Arcy J.M. Cain) writes:
> cleandir ===> usr.bin/ktrace
> rm -f a.out [Ee]rrs mklog core *.core ktrace ktrace.o subr.o ktrace.ln subr.ln
> rm: ktrace: is a directory
You should use option '-P' when doing a cvs update. It removes
directories that are no more used.
And by the way, options -d (also fetch new directories) and -A (remove
all tags) will certainly be useful too.
% cvs update -dPA
Don't forget to put
in your /etc/mk.conf so that you don't have to make cleandir before
doing a cvs update. You'll have to mkdir /usr/obj (with the default
setup) for this to be even more useful.
You can find infos about this at:
and reading the beginning of /usr/src/Makefile and
/usr/src/etc/Makefile can be useful too.
Don't forget to read /usr/src/UPDATING if you have troubles making a
build after a cvs update.