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Major revision numbers

From: Krzysztof GORBIEL
Subject: Major revision numbers
Date: Mon, 5 Apr 2004 13:53:03 +0200

As I can read in CVS manual, new file added to a module should obtain major
revision number eqal to the highest revision number in that directory (for
example 2.1 if highest existing revision nubmer is 2.xx). Unfortunately it
doesn't work. New file will have revision 1.1. I have noticed this strange
behaviour using WinCvs 1.2 and CVS1.11.6 on the AIX5 server.

After searching info-cvs archives I found information that it's probably
connected with WinCVS and not CVS itself. However trying to add and commit
a new file through pserver from another machine (unix command line and not
WinCVS) didn't help.

Have you any ideas how to create new files with the correct major revision
number withour forcing it with commit oprions? Maybe there is a patch that
will fix this problem?

Krzysztof Górbiel

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