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RE: What's remembered?

From: Gianni Mariani
Subject: RE: What's remembered?
Date: Sat, 4 Aug 2001 10:14:24 -0700

This is because you've set the sticky tag ...

do a "cvs status" and you'll see what version you've requested.

"cvs update -Ad" will get you the latest on the HEAD.


-----Original Message-----
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David A. Cobb
Sent: Saturday, August 04, 2001 9:00 AM
To: address@hidden
Subject: What's remembered?

I run CVS most frequently from Xemacs-PCL-CVS.
On one project I checked out a specific tag (xemacs: CVS co -r

Since then, I have been surprised to find that PCL CVS-Update finds
everything up-to-date dispite being on the edge of the development line.

I know that CVS can determine the repository from the directory
structure.  My question is: does the program also remember the specific -r
tag, or do I need to do a command-line update in order to supply that info?

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