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Re: What does "is present in revision" mean

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: What does "is present in revision" mean
Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2001 15:25:17 -0400 (EDT)

Keith Beattie writes:
> 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'?

It means that the file exists in both revisions "tag1" and
"tag2" and was changed between them, but it does *not* exist in the
current working directory revision, so there's no file to merge those
changes into.

-Larry Jones

Your bangs do a good job of covering up the lobotomy stitches. -- Calvin

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