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Re: Committing files that were tagged (sticky tags)?

From: Gianni Mariani
Subject: Re: Committing files that were tagged (sticky tags)?
Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2002 08:55:18 -0700
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I think you can simply create a branch tag over the top of Release1


cvs co -r Release1 srctree
cd srctree
cvs tag -b Release1_Branch
cvs update -r Release1_Branch

.... give it a try on a test repository

Danial Islam wrote:

I have this example where I tag my stream at different point, but not as

MAIN Stream

The tags are Release1, Release2, and Release3.

When I do a  "cvs co -r Release1 myModule",
I can't check-in any files that I modified from it, it says the sticky
tag is not on a branch.

How would someone be able to checkin from a tagged part of the stream?
Or would I have to create a branch from Release1 and then have them
checkin to this branch and merge to the MAIN stream from there?


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