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Wed, 10 Sep 2003 17:35:20 -0400 (EDT)
Ronald Petty writes:
> "If you add a file on a branch, it will have a trunk revision in 'dead'
> state, and a branch revision in a non-dead state."
> Could some one give a clearer meaning to me on this, sorry my brain
> doesn't seem to comprehend this today.
When you add a brand-new file on a branch, CVS creates a revision on the
trunk (1.1) that contains no lines and has a state of "dead" in addition
to the revision on the branch (188.8.131.52) that contains the actual data
and has a state of "Exp" (the normal state).
Pitiful. Just pitiful. -- Calvin
- attic, Ronald Petty, 2003/09/10
- Re: attic,
Larry Jones <=