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Re: What does "is present in revision" mean

From: Derek R. Price
Subject: Re: What does "is present in revision" mean
Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2001 15:29:50 -0400

Keith Beattie wrote:

> Hi all,
> Short question:
> What does the stderr message: 'cvs update: file is present in
> revision tag2' mean when doing a  'cvs up -j tag1 -j tag2'?

I think that message is a conflict notice that your merge attempted to add a
file that was already present on the destination branch.  In other words, the
file was added on both branches and CVS doesn't know how to resolve the
conflict.  Look at both revisions and decide for yourself.


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