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Re: CVS problems with revision numbers 0.* ?

From: Pierre Asselin
Subject: Re: CVS problems with revision numbers 0.* ?
Date: Wed, 8 Jan 2003 19:36:54 +0000 (UTC)
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In <mailman.59.1042031934.21513.bug-cvs@gnu.org> Michele Zamparelli 
<michele.zamparelli@eso.org> writes:

>I am trying to move an RCS archive to CVS. Everything worked fine
>until I found a strange behaviour when the *,v files included delta
>starting with 0. (file revisions like 0.0, 0.1 etc. etc.).

I didn't even know that was allowed.  The grammar allows it
(rcsfile(5)) but I thought the commands filtered out such revision
numbers.  (For that matter, the grammar also allows "0..1" and ci
rejects that.)

A workaround would be to "ci -f1.1" all your files before moving them
into the cvs repository.  You might lose some functionality with
the history before 1.1 .

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