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 cc:      (bcc: Rex Jolliff/YM/RWDOE)                         
 Subject: Viewing and Committing Older Revision in WinCVS     

>I have just started to use WinCVS and  have a couple
>of questions regarding WinCVS.

>1.) Is there a way to view the older revision of a
>file without checking out that particular revision?

yes: cvs co -p -rx.x foo.c

>2.) How do you commit the previous revision of a file
>back into repository and make that file the latest
>revision?  I tried to do it but it won't let me
>replace the latest revision with the older revision?

cvs co -p -rx.x foo.c > foo.c
cvs commit foo.c -m "step on bob's efforts"

>I'd appreciate your help.

No problem


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