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RE: recovering from the attic

From: Zieg, Mark
Subject: RE: recovering from the attic
Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2003 14:22:20 -0400

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Sent: Monday, July 21, 2003 1:19 PM
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Subject: recovering from the attic

Hi All;
    I have run into a problem that some people deleted some files that they 
want back. The files are in the attic so I figure this is easy, they just have 
to add them back in and commit.  Well it didn't quite work out that way.  When 
I run cvs add <filename> I get the message from cvs that it is recovering file 
version and to commit. I commit and I see the file just find. I do a log the 
file and the file version numbers are correct. When I open the file, it is 
blank.  If I do a cvs update -r <previous version that was deleted> <filename>  
I get the file I expect, but when I do a status cvs says the file is up to 
date.  So how do I get a deleted file back from the attic without the file 
being blank.  These are text files by the way. 



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