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Re: cvs fumbles with packages and distfiles

On Thu, Oct 02, 2014 at 01:09:31PM +0200, Richard PALO wrote:
> Le 02/10/14 12:52, Joerg Sonnenberger a écrit :
> >On Thu, Oct 02, 2014 at 12:26:02PM +0200, Richard PALO wrote:
> >>Regardless, the 'noise' is identical... every cvs update, I have to
> >>remove the two .cvsignore files, as they are 'in the way'.  It would
> >>be nice to avoid that.
> >
> >Move them *outside* the tree if you care.
> >
> >Joerg
> >
> I guess I don't follow you Joerg.  If you a referring to my
> organisation, packages and distfiles are in /export/pub/pkgsrc
> whereas PKGSRCDIR is in $HOME/src/pkgsrc. They are definitely
> out-of-tree.
> What does that have to do with the messages from cvs update:
> >richard@omnis:/home/richard/src/pkgsrc$ cvs update
> >cvs update: ignoring distfiles (CVS/Repository missing)
> >cvs update: ignoring packages (CVS/Repository missing)
> >cvs update: move away `distfiles/.cvsignore'; it is in the way
> >C distfiles/.cvsignore
> >cvs update: move away `packages/.cvsignore'; it is in the way
> >C packages/.cvsignore
> cvs complains about the .cvsignore files which are currently checked
> in and committed to *in-tree*.

Whatever you are doing does not apply to other people. It is a local
configuration issue. I have mostly seen it when cvs believes that
distfiles and packages should be under its control but got replaced.
Removing them from CVS/Entries might help.


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