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From: Gurpreet Singh (SCM)
Subject: .#files
Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2003 10:51:11 +0530

Hi All

When are the following cvs file names ( for administrative ) in the CVSROOT
folder like .#modules, .#config, .#checkoutlist ... and so on are created ?
what r they require for..
is it safe to delete them ? (the .#filename ones )
There are original cvs admin files there in the path intact.

Gurpreet S
I am trying to get to know the world ----- Anonymous 

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Subject: Re: How to discard the changes?

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> If I've made some mistakes in a local file, what shall I do to abandon
> modified file and restore it to an older versioin? I'm using WinCvs.

It's not entirely clear what you're asking.  If you made changes to a
local file that you haven't committed and you want to forget them and go
back to the version from the repository, update the file and check the
"Get the clean copy" box.  If, on the other hand, you've made changes
that you've committed and now you want to undo them, update the file and
on the merge tab, merge between two revisions: the first revision is the
most recent revision and the second revision is the revision you want to
revert to.

-Larry Jones

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