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RE: Problem with keyword $Log$

From: Jim.Hyslop
Subject: RE: Problem with keyword $Log$
Date: Thu, 3 Jun 2004 10:44:16 -0400

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Schopper Andreas wrote:
> I try to explain you the problem in detail. I'm using WinCVS
> and CVS 1.11 (client/server) on Suse Linux 8.0
> I added a new file (test.txt) to a module and I commited two new
> versions. After that I deleted the version 1.3 with the graph-function
> 'Delete revision...' and added a new version 1.3
> When I now update the file to version 1.1 I didn't get the original
> version 1.1. Please see the file
> test.txt.1_1_retirieved_from_cvs_after_delete. The original 
> version was
> test.txt.1_1.
> Within the attached zip-file you will find a lot of files. I send you
> the RCS-files and the local file after each action. Please see the
> endings after the last dot that describes the achtion or version.
> I hope you will understand my explanations
Yes, that's clear enough. I'm also attaching the .zip file for others to

I was not able to reproduce the problem using the command-line version of
CVS. The transcript of my session is attached as the .txt file.

At this point, it looks to me like it may be a WinCVS bug.

Jim Hyslop
Senior Software Designer
Leitch Technology International Inc. (http://www.leitch.com)
Columnist, C/C++ Users Journal (http://www.cuj.com/experts)

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