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Matt Schuckmann wrote: > The problem with the modules mechanism is once the sandbox is created > cvs seems to forget all about the Build module and if you do something > like "cvs up -d" (which our build tool does) in the Build directory it > goes and checks out all the directories I didn't want created and that > makes the sandbox much bigger than is needed and makes the build tool > run much slower. I think that's because of the way CVS handles the modules (and modules2) files -- they are really an alias for additional work on the command line at checkout and not really used after that. I believe the EVS project is getting a better handle on this type of system virtualization. You might want to grab a copy and see how it's coming along to give some early feedback, to make sure your needs are met. > At this point I'm ready to give up and go back to a hand rolled checkout > and update script but I thought I'd ask the community to see if I'm > missing something and if there is a way to make it work with either > modules or modules2. I might suggest you tear your physical structure down even further -- down to individual modules that you then reassemble into with modules into both the current structure (I assume the current physical structure is being used) and into the desired build structure. That should probably work (but I haven't tried it). -- Glen Starrett Technical Account Manager, North America March Hare Software, LLC http://march-hare.com/cvspro/