From: Zbynek Winkler (zw-bjam_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-02-07 08:12:31
Vladimir Prus wrote:
>>>there seems to be no
>>>directory named v2/python on the main branch. To get the directory I
>>>need to switch the whole v2 dir to the python branch but that gets me
>>>back to the BOOST_BUILD_PYTHON_BASE since before the branch was created.
>>>So how do I keep track of the HEAD of everything and latest PYTHON at
>>>the same time? Wouldn't the python directory have to be on the HEAD
>>>branch as well as on the PYTHON in order for it to work? Thanks.
>>You can "checkout" that particular directory based on the branch tag.
>>When you do an update at the top level boost-root it will update based
>>on the sticky branch tag for that directory and the head for everything
>To be more specific, running
> cvs up -r BOOST_BUILD_PYTHON python
>in the "v2" directory does the trick.
It does not for me :-(... It neither reports an error nor gets the
python dir... However,
cvs up -d -r BOOST_BUILD_PYTHON python
PS. I am using TortoiseCVS on WinXP and it does not offer this option in
its interface, so I had to dig up the cvs executable...
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