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Re: CVS add question...
Ian Lance Taylor wrote:
Oh. You have to add them first!.
When I do:
You can use `cvs add'. To generate diffs for new files, use the -N
option to `cvs diff'.
cvs diff -3up -N
I don't get the new files (not even those that are in existing directories).
That command should show you any file in an existing directory for
which you have run `cvs add'. If not, then something strange is
Not the optimal solution, but workable.
Q: How to proceed?
Probably just do `diff /dev/null NEWFILE' for each file you want to
add, and concatenate those all to the diff. Or just send the new
files. It sort of depends upon what the appropriate maintainer wants