On Sun, Aug 13, 2000 at 01:14:09AM -0600, Warner Losh wrote:
> : Won't the 'cvs diff' command tell you about such things? If not,
> : that's yet another argument for ditching cvs in favor of something
> : without so many flaws (like Perforce).
> Not when the files are in multiple different directories and you have
> mutliple patches cooking in your tree.  I committed files in
> sys/pccard, but they depended on one in sys/dev/pccard which I
> honestly thought I'd checked in with an earlier newcard fix.  I'd been
> running the patches long enough that I basically forgot.

Which is why I keep a virgin src checkout and I CVSup (with "-i") right
after large commit and try building the code again in the virgin tree.


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