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Re: [avr-libc-dev] Strange cvs output from your commit

From: Preston Wilson
Subject: Re: [avr-libc-dev] Strange cvs output from your commit
Date: Sun, 21 Dec 2008 00:44:55 -0500
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It looks like a Windows vs *nix filename case issue.  I did the following
under Linux, and note both FFS-1.c and ffs-1.c, which are the same file
under Windows.

$ cvs -d:pserver:address@hidden:/sources/avr-libc co .
U avr-libc/tests/simulate/stdlib/strtoul.h
U avr-libc/tests/simulate/stdlib/tolower-1.c
U avr-libc/tests/simulate/stdlib/toupper-1.c
cvs checkout: Updating avr-libc/tests/simulate/string
U avr-libc/tests/simulate/string/FFS-1.c
U avr-libc/tests/simulate/string/ffs-1.c
U avr-libc/tests/simulate/string/ffsl-1.c
U avr-libc/tests/simulate/string/ffsll-1.c
U avr-libc/tests/simulate/string/memchr.c
U avr-libc/tests/simulate/string/memcmp.c
U avr-libc/tests/simulate/string/memmem.c


"Weddington, Eric" wrote:

> Hi Dmitry,
> I now get this message from CVS when I update or when I even do a clean
> checkout after your commit:
> ? update.log
> cvs update: move away tests/simulate/string/ffs-1.c; it is in the way
> C tests/simulate/string/ffs-1.c
> What does this mean? How do we fix this?
> Thanks,
> Eric
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