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I need to remove a subdirectory in my project; how do I do it?

Well, you can't exactly remove the subdirectory, but you can remove all of the files in it (first remove them, then cvs remove them, and then commit). Once the directory is empty, people can have it automatically pruned out of their working copies by passing the -P flag to update.

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