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From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: (no subject)
Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2001 17:12:52 -0500 (EST)

ar2kcm writes:
> How does one get get files out of the "Attic" and back into a repository?
> Not sure how the files got there in the first place.

Files get put in the Attic when they are not alive on the trunk; either
they've been removed or they were created on a branch and never existed
on the trunk.  You get them out of the Attic by making them alive on the
trunk (you can re-add a removed file or reverse merge the change that
removed it, or you can merge a branch into the trunk).  There are some
unusual circumstances that can cause CVS to forget to move a file out of
the Attic when it should -- if the files *are* alive on the trunk but
are still in the Attic then you can just move them out by hand.

-Larry Jones

I think we need to change the rules. -- Calvin

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