[cvsnt] Several questions on cvs usage

Gerhard Fiedler lists at connectionbrazil.com
Thu Jul 19 23:00:35 BST 2007

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Chuck Kirschman wrote:

> "cvs -nq up" has been the time-honored way of determining which files 
> are changed in cvs.  I'm surprised that Tony desupported it.  

So was I :)

> One other problem with that command is that it misses DLLs, EXEs, etc. 
> Update at least supports -I! so you can see these files.  I have no idea 
> why they don't appear with the "?" in either command, but it's pretty 
> annoying.  

I think that's because they are ignored by default. You can un-ignore them


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