[cvsnt] Re: How do I use module2?
Erik.Warren at delta.com
Wed Aug 11 22:24:16 BST 2004
> I thought that should have been clear by now...
Sounds like my first quarter college calculus professor. His name was John Elton (seriously, it was). He began the answer to any question, "It is intuitively obvious that ..."
Anyway, I found out why I thought creating a modules2 file didn't work.
When you use modules2, the modules you define show up as directories when you do cvs ls -l.
If you are using the ellipsis button to display the modules in the winCVS checkout form you don't see the modules2 modules unless you check the List optionbox and then you don't see in the list the definition of the module you only see <dir>. That is not very helpful.
Now I need to see if I can solve the rtag problem which cropped up when I upgraded from 34 to 51a.
Erik W. Warren
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From: cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org [mailto:cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org]On Behalf
Of Oliver Giesen
Sent: Wednesday, August 11, 2004 4:17 PM
To: cvsnt at cvsnt.org
Subject: Re: [cvsnt] Re: How do I use module2?
> I still don't know if the modules file is supposed to be reformatted
> or if a file called modules2 is supposed to be used. Please let me
> know that much at least.
I thought that should have been clear by now... even though you're right
that it's nowhere stated explicitly...
so, yes, it's a new file you have to create and commit to CVSROOT. You
should probably also clear or revert your original modules file now that
you've already put all that invalid stuff (for the modules file) in there.
Hope this helps.
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