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Re: Question about version numbers.

From: stremler
Subject: Re: Question about version numbers.
Date: 6 Nov 2001 19:39:21 GMT
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Greg A. Woods <address@hidden> wrote:
> If I may:  Just ignore the revision numbers of files behind the (cvs)
> curtain.  They do not exist (for your use).  Use tags and forget about
> them.  They are only meaningful in specific instances where you need to
> look at individual deltas (or their comments) on individual files, and
> in that scenario they are only an index reference, not anything
> meaningful in any larger context.

How can I get the last-set tag, plus delta from that tag, into my
development code?

The $Name$ keyword only works with an export, so far as I can tell. 

Something along the lines of a $Branch$ and $Tag$ keyword (that might
expand to something like $Branch:$ and $Tag: cvs1-9$) would 
be nice...

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