Re: problems building a kernel
Hans Fugal said:
> I've never done what you're doing, but I do know my way around cvs. Try
> cvs update -d
> Hans :)
This is right: the -d option for 'cvs update' will create any
directories that are present in the repository but not in the local
workspace. A common ~/.cvsrc config line is 'update -dP' to prune empty
directories and add missing directories by default.
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