[Python-Dev] Re: WHOA!!! Screw up on my part: how do I undo this (Re: [Python-checkins] CVS: black - Imported sources)
Barry A. Warsaw
Fri, 29 Sep 2000 02:06:33 -0400 (EDT)
>>>>> "TM" == Trent Mick <trentm@ActiveState.com> writes:
TM> I was playing with a different SourceForge project and I
TM> screwed up my CVSROOT (used Python's instead). Sorry SOrry!
TM> How do I undo this cleanly? I could 'cvs remove' the
TM> README.txt file but that would still leave the top-level
TM> 'black/' turd right? Do the SourceForge admin guys have to
TM> manually kill the 'black' directory in the repository?
One a directory's been added, it's nearly impossible to cleanly delete
it from CVS. If it's infected people's working directories, you're
really screwed, because even if the SF admins remove it from the
repository, it'll be a pain to clean up on the client side.
Probably best thing to do is make sure you "cvs rm" everything in the
directory and then just let "cvs up -P" remove the empty directory.
Everybody /is/ using -P (and -d) right? :)