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using cvs without a HEAD branch

From: thomas graichen
Subject: using cvs without a HEAD branch
Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2001 17:50:07 +0200
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this is just a small check of an idea - before it ends up in a
only hard to handle cvs tree: is it possible to only work on
branches - so to avoid the HEAD at all ... that means creating
two branches very early (one devel and one stable) and only
working on those ... the background is to avoid people not
noticing that they are on the wrong branch (means on on branch
i.e. head instead of a certain one)

is this a useable model? did anyone work using it? are there any
drawbacks in using this scheme?

a lot of thanks in advance


thomas graichen <address@hidden> ... perfection is reached, not
when there is no longer anything to add, but when there is no
longer anything to take away. --- antoine de saint-exupery

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