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3 cvs admin questions

3 cvs admin questions

3 cvs admin questions

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Question 1:

If your initial import was done like so:

cvs import -d myApp kent initialimport

should 'initialimport' be HEAD? or will you still always get the most recent version when you cvs checkout without specifying branch?


Question 2:

I have checked out a project for our in-house designed who creates new folders and files.
What is the best way for me to mass add and new folders and files back to the repository
(I don't want to cvs add each one because there are too many and i don't really know whats new and old)


Question 3:

cvs update isn't getting newly added folders and files.
must I do a checkout on top of a previous checkout ?

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