Subject: Re: CVS REPOSITORY IS BROKEN (Re: cvs checkout with tag)
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Alan Barrett <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/29/2002 09:29:06
On Tue, 29 Jan 2002, FUKAUMI Naoki wrote:
> I know sendmail was moved to the gnu subdirectory.
> I do NOT want to get any files in src/usr.sbin/sendmail.
> > > But I did cvs with '-D DATE' or '-r TAG' (-r HEAD, of course)
> result is
> > > > % ls
> > > > basesrc
> > > > % ls basesrc/usr.sbin/sendmail/src
> > > > CVS Makefile.FreeBSD Makefile.SCO
> > > > Makefile.DGUX Makefile.Mach386 Makefile.SVR4
> > > > Makefile.Dynix Makefile.RISCos Makefile.Titan
"-r HEAD" and "-D now" do not do what you think they should do. Instead
of checking out the most recent version from the main line, they
sometimes follows branches. I have never figured out the rules that
they uses to decide whether or not to follow a branch.
Instead of this: "cvs -q co -P -D now basesrc/usr.sbin/sendmail"
try this: "cvs -q co -P -A basesrc/usr.sbin.sendmail"
--apb (Alan Barrett)