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Re: What happened to libfeutil?
On 07-Jul-2003, Phil Edwards <email@example.com> wrote:
> In this case, I wouldn't have any moral objections if somebody actually
> went and removed the dirs from the repository. It's not like there's any
> history to preserve.
There is a minor downside to this: if someone has checked out the
repository into their workspace during the time when the directory was
present, and the directory is subsequently removed from the repository,
then future attempts to update that workspace will fail -- until someone
manually intervenes by removing that directory from the workspace and
deleting it from the CVS/Entries file. That's what will have caused
the problem with the automated regression tester.
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