[lazarus] CVS question....

Florian Klaempfl Florian.Klaempfl at gmx.de
Sat Dec 23 12:21:09 EST 2000

At 23:47 22.12.00 -0800, you wrote:
>when i do an update, occasionally i get a file is no longer pertinent. 
>provided it's not a file i have done anything with, i assume it is safe 
>enough to manually delete it.
>is there a way to have the CVS system do that for me? yes, i understand 
>that used without caution this could be a disaster, but i do not make 
>changes myself to the compiler. figured that would be a safe bet for auto 
>or is there a way to capture the output list of files that are no longer 
>pertinent for later manual deletion?

cvs update -Pd
does the trick: -P forces to fetch newly created directories; -d the cvs 
deletes the removed files

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