Re: Directory remove from CVS request

On 27 Dec 1999, Havoc Pennington wrote:

> Bruno Pires Marinho <> writes: 
> > [...]
> > cvs server: Updating imap/tools
> > cvs update: in directory intl:
> > cvs update: cannot open CVS/Entries for reading: No such file or directory
> > cvs server: Updating intl
> > cvs server: Updating libbalsa
> > [...]
> > 
> This problem is caused by an that creates intl, while also
> checking in intl; then whenever you run it deletes the
> checked-out intl so that intl no longer has CVS/Entries.

I removed the intl from balsa when it was checkedout (CVSROOT/modules) and
set to create the intl dir. But someone one accidently added
intl dir to balsa and it is empty just look at:

> The correct thing is to _not_ have intl in CVS, and always create it
> with When you're getting this error, I find that 
> editing balsa/CVS/Entries and removing the line containing "intl"
> makes it go away.

I checkout using 'cvs -z3 co -P' and update using 'cvs -z3 update -Pd'.

This is ugly but in my home I solve this by doing 'rmdir
/cvs/gnome/balsa/intl' but I'm the only user of my CVS tree... but that is
not possible in this case or is it?

                                               Bruno Pires Marinho

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