[ECOS] cvs fails when -d is used on checkout
Sat Mar 11 17:13:00 GMT 2006
On 3/11/06, Andrew Lunn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 10, 2006 at 06:33:12PM -0800, Grant Mills wrote:
> > Anybody,
> > Quick question, but can anybody think of a reason that
> > "cvs -z3 -d <appro' cvs root> co -d
> > other_than_standard_ecos_directory -P ecos"
> > would fail? I used the following command with out the -d option and
> > it worked fine. Any thoughts?
> > Here's the output:
> > [gmills :139]% cvs -q -z3 -d
> > :pserver:email@example.com:/cvs/ecos co -r flash_v2 -d
> > ecos_flash_v2-1 -P ecos
> > cvs checkout: warning: new-born ecos_flash_v2-1/COPYING has disappeared
> > cvs checkout: warning: new-born ecos_flash_v2-1/ChangeLog has disappeared
> > cvs checkout: warning: new-born ecos_flash_v2-1/Makefile.am has disappeared
> The CVS documentation says:
> -d DIR
> Create a directory called DIR for the working files, instead of
> using the module name. In general, using this flag is equivalent
> to using `mkdir DIR; cd DIR' followed by the checkout command
> without the `-d' flag.
> So why not use the mkdir cd option instread.
I've been using:
1. cvs co
2. mv ecos desired-dir-name
But that wasn't my question. I was wondering if the ecos repository
had some checkout scripts that was causing this behavior. Any
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