Re: CVS panel workign for anybody?

    Greg> By the way, it would be nice if someone could tell us just
    Greg> what subdirectories exist in the cvs tree.  I just guessed
    Greg> that there might be a glib and a libgtop, and found esound
    Greg> by accident.

You can get the top level directories with

	cvs -d (all the root stuff) checkout -c

and then you can check out all of those modules.

You should then always use "cvs update -d" so that if new
subdirectories are created they will appear in your copy too.

That should cover you completely.

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