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Adding Files

Adding a file is a two-step process: First you run the add command on it, then commit. The file won't actually appear in the repository until commit is run:

     floss$ cvs add newfile.c
     cvs add: scheduling file 'newfile.c' for addition
     cvs add: use 'cvs commit' to add this file permanently
     floss$ cvs ci -m "added newfile.c" newfile.c
     RCS file: /usr/local/cvs/myproj/newfile.c,v
     done
     Checking in newfile.c;
     /usr/local/cvs/myproj/newfile.c,v  <-  newfile.c
     initial revision: 1.1
     done
     floss$
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