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From: Robert Schiele <address@hidden>
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Subject: Outdate old files including the deleted ones
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I would like to outdate revisions that are older than a specific date.

My first approach was to do:
  cvs -d /my/repository rtag -F -D 01/01/1997 OUTDATE mymodule
  cvs -d /my/repository admin -o ::OUTDATE

This worked fine but did not touch files that were already deleted by
the given date. So I changed the first command to:
  cvs -d /my/repository rtag -a -F -D 01/01/1997 OUTDATE mymodule

Now the files in the Attic get tagged in a correct way, but they still
are not touched by the outdate command intself.

Does anyone know a solution for this problem or an even better
solution for outdating old files including the deleted ones?


P.S.: I posted this questions a few days ago already on the newsgroup As it seems, that messages only go from the
      mailing list to the news group, but not the other way around, I
      reposted it on the mailing list. So, if you got this message
      twice, I'm sorry.

Robert Schiele                  mailto:address@hidden
Tel./Fax: +49-621-10059

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