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Re: Changing Version in CVS

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: Changing Version in CVS
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2003 17:00:06 -0400 (EDT)

pro0digy writes:
> I have a unique issue, i use CVS to keep track of changes in my
> network devices configuration, that is done by a script. I have to do
> some clean up because of bug in script and I am left with 10 files but
> version number ranging from 1 to 80. Is there a way to change the
> version number in CVS? I know about tagging but these are just network
> configuration, I am really not interesting in release tag.

Yes, there is a way to change the revision number in CVS (commit -r),
but don't do it: revision numbers are for CVS's internal use only.  To
label files with a meaningful version number, apply a tag (e.g., V1_2).

-Larry Jones

You don't get to be Mom if you can't fix everything just right. -- Calvin

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