[cvsnt] Re: Using Modules file in CVSROOT to remap directories on client side checkout
Brian J. Davis
davisb at orbitec.com
Tue Feb 8 23:08:59 GMT 2005
>I'm not entirely sure I understand the problem but if all you're
> complaining about is that WinCvs is not listing the virtual modules
> when you have the "List" checkbox checked then that's by design. I
> agree that it's rather unobvious the way it is at the moment but that's
> how it is:
> The "List" checkbox toggles between cvs co -c (i.e. virtual modules)
> and cvs ls -e (i.e. physical modules).
> IOW: Solution: Uncheck "List".
Yep that worked and I am now back to my bliss of using WinCVS. I will
continue my testing. You have answered the question.
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