[cvsnt] Re: cvs rename

Tony Hoyle tmh at nodomain.org
Sat May 15 12:43:21 BST 2004

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Andreas Tscharner wrote:

> No, I just tried cvs rename within the same directory. But the module 
> that I checked out was from a different repository than the one CVSROOT 
> points to.
It seems that that was the problem... it's just that the directory version 
wasn't being updated on the client side, so that rename/commit/rename/commit 
would create a bogus confict.

Not sure why it didn't say the directory was out of date rather than the file, 


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