On Sat, 2002-03-09 at 11:28, Don Allingham wrote:
> make sure that when you update with CVS you use:
> cvs update -d -A
> By default, cvs does not create missing directories. The -d option
> forces it to do so.
You should probably put the line 'update -d' into your .cvsrc file so
that cvs will always create new directories it finds. Putting the '-A'
there is not a good idea as it will cause problems if you ever try to
work in a branch.