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Re: bug having success removing file with sticky tag set?

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: bug having success removing file with sticky tag set?
Date: Fri, 20 Dec 2002 10:48:23 -0500
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Ingolf Steinbach wrote:

* Martin Huber <martin.huber@canoo.com> [2002-12-18 09:07]:
So it would be interesting to know what other would expect. And probably the best behaviour
is that that is most expected.

I'd expect to not be able to commit the file removal (in
analogy to the impossible file addition). IMHO a commit
should always cause the creation of a new revision which
is not possible in the presence of non-branch sticky tags.
Removal of a *tag* should be performed using the tag (or
rtag) command.

Kind regards

+1 (That's Apache Project speak for "I agree", or, "+1 vote from me", ICYDK.)



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