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Re: Weird release message

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: Weird release message
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2003 10:56:44 -0500 (EST)

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> I'm in the process of switching my team's source control from SourceSafe
> to CVS (using CVSNT).  Everything has gone great, but there's been one
> little issue that's bugged me.  When I invoke "cvs release -d somedir"
> on a directory where I know I all my changes have been committed, I get
> the message "You have [1] altered files in this repository."  If I abort
> the release, switch to somedir, and run "cvs -q -n update", CVS doesn't
> find any altered files.  After some more experimentation, I found that
> "cvs release -d" would always report one altered file, no matter how
> many files had actually been altered.

That sounds like a bug in CVSNT.  I suggest you report it to them: see for details.

-Larry Jones

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