CVS Export truncate files ?
nvass at teledomenet.gr
Thu Jul 6 12:41:16 UTC 2006
On Wednesday 05 July 2006 19:37, Ian Lord wrote:
> we use cvs for in house developpement of a php web site...
> We use "cvs update to sync files", "cvs checkout" when a new employee
> need to work on the files, and "cvs export" when we push the changes
> to the production web site...
> For some reason, we found that "cvs export" truncated a couple of
> files which caused parsing errors... I don't see any error message
> While it's doing it, I see the following extract:
> cvs export: Updating pub/class
> U pub/class/class.session.cmd
> cvs export: Updating pub/class/html2pdf
> cvs export: Updating pub/class/html2pdf/cache
> cvs export: Updating pub/class/html2pdf/classes
> Is it normal that the class.session only has a "U" in front of the
> line instead of "cvs export: Updating"
> Am I doing something wrong or is it some sort of bug/limitation with
> the cvs export function ?
From cvs man:
export [-flNnQq] -r rev|-D date [-d dir] [-k kflag] module...
Changes: current directory.
I guess what you search for is "cvs commit"
commit [-lnR] [-m 'log_message' | -F file] [-r revision] [files...]
Requires: working directory, repository.
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