Martin J?rgensen <[email protected]> wrote:
> I copied a latex report-directory to somewhere else where I could make
> changes and still be sure that I didn't accidentally did anything stupid...
Aside: you copied files out of a CVS sandbox, where CVS was giving you
a nice safety net ?
> cvs -q update .
> [ ... ]
> cvs update: move away ./.cvsignore; it is in the way
Sombody else added and committed a .cvsignore file while you
weren't looking. The .cvsignore file you copied to your
sandbox now conflicts with it.
> Apple:~/Desktop/bachelor2006/report mac$ cvs add .cvsignore
> cvs server: .cvsignore added independently by second party
Yep. Somebody else beat you to it.
How to get out:
mv .cvsignore my-new-cvsignore
The update will bring in the other guy's .cvsignore . Look at
it and decide if it is better than your own. If you decide
that no, you would rather replace it by your own file, just
mv my-new-cvsignore .cvsignore
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