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Re: Really remove c-gperf.h
Fergus Henderson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On 10-Feb-2001, Andreas Jaeger <email@example.com> wrote:
> > cvs status c-gperf.h gives:
> > ===================================================================
> > File: c-gperf.h Status: Up-to-date
> > Working revision: 1.16
> > Repository revision: 1.16 /cvs/gcc/egcs/gcc/Attic/c-gperf.h,v
> > Sticky Tag: (none)
> > Sticky Date: (none)
> > Sticky Options: (none)
> > Is it ok to remove it with a correct ChangeLog entry? According to
> > the log files, it shouldn't be in there at all.
> When `cvs status' says that the repository version is in the `Attic',
> that means that on the main branch it is deleted.
I was confused by the message for revision 1.16 which seemed to
inticate that it was added again :-(
> cvs seems to have some problems with deleted files;
> if you have somehow explicitly mentioned them in your repository,
> then `cvs update -A' doesn't seem to get rid of them properly.
> AFAIK this is a bug in cvs.
> Try `cvs update -r1.17 c-gperf.h'. That works for me.
Thanks - I've removed it now (after editing CVS/Entries and several
cvs update -A commands),
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