Re: missing files in bk trees?
From: James H. Cloos Jr.
Date: Wed Mar 24 2004 - 13:50:16 EST
>>>>> "Josh" == Joshua Kwan <joshk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>>>>> "Ted" == Theodore Ts'o <tytso@xxxxxxx> writes:
Josh> you need to do 'bk -r get' in the root of your checkout
Ted> Better to do a "bk -r get -S", actually. That way files
Ted> that are already checked out won't be created a second time.
And even better, add a -U to skip the deleted files and others
under the BitKeeper dir:
bk -r -U get -S
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