On Sat, Oct 14, 2000 at 05:35 -0700, David O'Brien wrote:
> I didn't put it in the Attic when I disconnected it from the
> build in case someone came forward screaming about removing it.
> I figured it was much easier to back out a Makefile commit than
> get things from the Attic back to being alive. I had actually
> forgotten about it as no one did come forward.
Up to now I always thought "the Attic" is something CVS itself
takes care of when "cvs rm"ing files. What's that special thing
needing manual intervention or special attention you've been
talking about lately? Is it for performance reasons or for the
warm fuzzy feelings of having "not too rotten a repo"?
Sorry for being OT. Of course I welcome pointers to existing
documentation and FAQs, too.
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