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> So given that you have a folder with subfolders that you want to > import to CVS, but not as a new module but rather as a submodule on an > *existing* module then you can do so by specifying the location of the > new submodule using the topmodule/submodule notation as the > destination. BUT the topmodule *must* exist as a valid module and I > believe that you must spell it *exactly* as it is named in the > repository too. O.K., that is fullfilled here. > I just did a test of this and it works quite well through WinCvs. Here > is the final command that WinCvs showed in the command window (wrapped > to two lines here): > > cvs -z9 import -I ! -I CVS -I *.exe -I *.zip -m "no message" > ModuleXX/imptest avendor arelease (in directory C:\Temp\bb) > > I have no clue as to the arguments -I ! -I CVS that appears... Now I did it like follows: cvs -d :pserver:ID at srv:/Repos import -I ! -m "Initially imported." module/newdir VENDOR REL AND IT WORKED !!!!! Then I tried it again: cvs -d :pserver:ID at srv:/Repos import -m "Initially imported." module/newdir VENDOR REL This don't work. So it seems, that the option "-I !" is the important part. So what does it mean ? And, thanks a lot for your help :-) with regards, Matthias _______________________________________________ Cvsnt mailing list Cvsnt at cvsnt.org http://www.cvsnt.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/cvsnt https://www.march-hare.com/cvspro/en.asp#downcvs