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RE: TAG and file removing

From: Ludvig Borgne
Subject: RE: TAG and file removing
Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2003 10:01:15 +0100

Have you tried to check out the tagged version of the module?
I'm sure you will find it contains the removed file, just as
you want.

(That's what the Attic is for - to store files that are not
in the head revision of the trunk, so that they can still be
included when a tagged version of the module is check out.)



Ludvig Borgne,  Prover Technology AB,  address@hidden,

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jean-Baptiste BRIAUD [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Wednesday, January 29, 2003 15:36
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: TAG and file removing
> Hello,
> A developper had removed a file in a tagged module.
> How is it possible ?
> Am I missing something ?
> I thought a tag in a module was like a "picture" of all files
> revision number of the module, so you can later checkout the 
> module with
> the tag name.
> But if it's possible to remove file
> (remove and commit !!! It's really in the Attic folder on 
> server side) 
> Then, how will I be able to checkout module with tag name ?
> The resulting checkedout module will not reflect the one I had when I
> tagged it !
> I thought you had to create branch in order to modify a tagged module
> ...
> Help ! I'm disapointed !!
> (
> There was some threads in the archive,
> but the answers was not clear enought.
> = is it OK or not to remove file from client side in a taged module ?
> != removng a tag. I don't speak of removing a tag.
> )
>    Thanks CVS users !
> ______________________________________________
> Jean-Baptiste BRIAUD                    Sysdeo
> Software engineer     

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