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
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
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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