- by meder
There's a similar post @ http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5071/how-to-add-cvs-directories-recursively However, trying out some of the answers such as: find . -type f -print0| xargs -0 cvs add Gave: cvs add: cannot open CVS/Entries for reading: No such file or directory cvs [add aborted]: no repository And find . \! -name 'CVS' -and \! -name 'Entries' -and \! -name 'Repository' -and \! -name 'Root' -print0| xargs -0 cvs add Gave: cvs add: cannot add special file `.'; skipping Does anyone have a more thorough solution to recursively adding new files to a CVS module? It would be great if I could alias it too in ~/.bashrc or something along those lines. And yes, I do know that it is a bit dated but I'm forced to work with it for a certain project otherwise I'd use git/hg.