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Re: CVS update and edit

From: Noel L Yap
Subject: Re: CVS update and edit
Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2000 14:34:01 -0500

First, try using cvs-1.11.

If that doesn't work, take a look at the patches I've posted in SourceForge
under project RCVS.  I think I submitted a patch to "correct" this behaviour.

IIRC, there was some discussion about this.  Some people prefer the current
behaviour.  I prefer what you expect.


address@hidden on 2000.11.17 14:56:12

To:   address@hidden
cc:   (bcc: Noel L Yap)
Subject:  CVS update and edit


We are using CVS 1.10 in professional context. We have a strange problem
: when we update our directory local, some files edited, but not
modified, lost their "edited" properties.

An example :
In directory src/ we have two files file1.c and file2.c. These two files
are reserved (with "cvs edit") by user1. Before modifying these files,
user2 commit a new version of file1.c. When user1 update (with "cvs
update -P -d") his local directory, the two files lose their "edited"

In fact, there are lots of files and lots of directories and lots of
commited files.

Is it a "bug" (I didn't find some thing like this in known bugs) ??
In YES case, is it a corrected bug in more recent versions ??
In NO case, what's the reasons ??

Thank's for all informations.
 Guilhem BONNEFILLE -=*=- Ingenieur Etude et Developpement
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