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From: Beman Dawes (beman_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-12-19 09:56:36

At 04:12 AM 12/19/2000 +0100, Petr Kocmid wrote:
>> >whoever maintains the cvs site, it behaves little strange.
>> >when updating root boost module, folders development and libs
>> >does not update. It's quite reasonable with development,
>> >but very bad with libs (no current doc). Thus I was missing
>> >latest python library documentation for several days ;-)
>> I've never seen that, if you did a:
>> cvs checkout boost
>> then:
>> cvs update -d -P
>Yes, I do use -d -P on boost module always. But, development and libs
>not update for me that way. I must check them manualy to recieve the
>content. Looking on the webcvs on sourceforge,
>, libs is
>certainly a separate (and empty?!) module in cvs. Maybe it has something
>do with how the directories were added to root level module.

There is useless top level CVS libs directory. Added by mistake when adding
a new library. That may be causing the confusion. I think Dave has
already asked SourceForge to remove it.


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