Perhaps you are using CVS directly rather than CVSup and you are not
specifying '-d' with your updates. From cvs(1):
Use the -d option to create any directories that
exist in the repository if they're missing from the
working directory. (Normally, update acts only on
directories and files that were already enrolled in
your working directory.) This is useful for updating
directories that were created in the repository since
the initial checkout [...]
You will be missing the new file I added under src/usr.bin/global/lib
unless your CVS update procedure looks something like this:
cvs update -Pd -rRELENG_2_2
On Fri, 13 Feb 1998, Bob Vaughan wrote:
> I have found a few files missing in -stable recently.. I will list them from
> newest to oldest in the order that they disappeared..
> /usr/src/usr.bin/global/ - a bunch of source files missing.. noticed earlier
> this week.
> /usr/src/usr.sbin/pnpinfo - pnpinfo.c missing.. noticed about 2-3 weeks ago.
> /usr/src/usr.sbin/tcpdump/tcpdump/ - print-fr.c missing.. noticed about 3 weeks
> I have tried removing the affected directories, and grabbing fresh copies,
> the problem reappears with the fresh copies.. i tried grabbing the source
> for global from ftp.freebsd.org.. same problem..
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