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On Tue, 13 Jul 2004 13:08:33 +0200, "David Somers" <dsomers at trevezel.com> wrote: >I think you'll find you just can't go using the same command for both >checkout and update... that is why there are two separate commands, one for >checkout and one for update, and not a unified command that does both. > You can but it must be exactly the same command, issued from the same directory. If you change anything then it'll conflict. eg. D:\t>cvs co -d foo cvsroot cvs checkout: Updating foo U foo/checkoutlist U foo/commitinfo U foo/config U foo/cvsrc U foo/cvswrappers U foo/editinfo U foo/historyinfo U foo/loginfo .... D:\t>cvs co -d foo cvsroot cvs checkout: Updating foo cvs checkout: Updating foo/itest cvs checkout: Updating foo/uptest cvs checkout: Updating foo/uptest/a cvs checkout: Updating foo/uptest/b btw. as seen above it works fine when done this way. Tony