[Jungerl] screw-up

Luke Gorrie luke@REDACTED
Wed Feb 26 11:30:40 CET 2003

"Vlad Dumitrescu (EAW)" <Vlad.Dumitrescu@REDACTED> writes:

> I tried to add ex11 to Jungerl last night but my lack of experience
> with CVS and the late hour made the result less than satisfactory --
> the ex11 directory ended up as a top-level one, instead of in
> jungerl/lib... I will try to fix it this afternoon, but if anyone
> has any hints or advice, they are welcomed!

No the end of the world - CVS repositories tend to accumulate little
"scars" :-).

In general I think the 'import' command is trickier than the 'add'
command, and would guess you used import.

The way I add an application to jungerl is this:

  1. Copy the application into the lib/ directory of a check-out copy
     of Jungerl.

  2. Use "cvs add" to add the directory, then add all the important
     files in the directory, and so on down its subdirectories.

  3. Commit the adds.

Personally I use Emacs's "pcl-cvs" front-end to CVS, which makes
everything easy :-)

I removed the ex11 files. The directories still exist, I'm not sure
how to get rid of them, but they're pretty harmless.


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