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Re: Question about version numbers.

From: Jon Miner
Subject: Re: Question about version numbers.
Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2001 19:36:02 -0600
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* address@hidden (address@hidden) [011108 14:49]:
> % mkdir FOO
> % cd FOO
> % mkdir Bar
> % mkdir Baz
> % mkdir Main
> % cd Bar ; cvs checkout -r bar_branch QUX
> % cd ../Baz ; cvs checkout -r baz_branch QUX
> % cd ../Main ; cvs checkout QUX
> % cd ../..
> % ln -s FOO/Bar/QUX QUX

No, you do just like Greg said:

    cvs co -r bar_branch -d QUX-Bar QUX
    cvs co -r baz_branch -d QUX-Baz QUX
    cvs co QUX

Although, I have no idea why you would want to.  In general, people work
on one branch at a time.  If they have changes that they need to make on
all the branches, they make them and merge the changes (or something
like that.)

Maybe I'm missing your point, but perhaps you're misusing branches.  In
general, branches are used for prod/dev revisions, and or releases and


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