[Openmcl-devel] updating .cvsignore

Gary Byers gb at clozure.com
Fri May 19 18:14:44 UTC 2006


The .cvsignore file may indeed have a bad regular expression in it,
but (in the bleeding-edge tree) the l1-dfsls directory has been gone
for a few months.  (CVS doesn't make renaming/deleting directories
easy, but that doesn't seem like a good reason to refrain from doing
that when it otherwise makes sense.)

shell> cvs update -P

will "prune" (delete) empty directories from your working copy.
(If the directory contains files that were never under CVS control
in the first place - like FASL files - it may be necessary to
manually delete those files first.  Besides remembering the fact
that "this is all harder than it should be", I don't remember
all of the details at them moment, but this isn't too complicated.)


On Fri, 19 May 2006, Gary King wrote:

> I'm using CVS version
>
>> Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11.20 (client/server)
>> Copyright (C) 2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
>
> and when I use the update command, I get all sorts of
>
>> ? l1-dfsls/ppc-trap-support.dfsl
>
> lines. The .cvsignore file for the OpenMCL repository contains "*fsl"
> which should filter out the DFSLs. Being suspicious, I tried adding
> this line to my ~/.cvsignore
>
>> *\.?fsl
>
> This seems to do the trick so I'm checking in a patch with this line
> added to the repo's .cvsignore.
>
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