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Re: Conventions for CVS

From: Darek Cieslak
Subject: Re: Conventions for CVS
Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2004 21:19:22 +0200
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In article <address@hidden>, Hale wrote:

> I have a ton of branches open from projects long since done and merged
> to HEAD.  My question is this:  is it considered normal / customary to
> close these branches by using "cvs admin -n xxx" or should I keep them
> open?

In my configuration there's main version in HEAD. I delete all branches
that have been merged to HEAD. In project Makefile there is target that
shows all tags (and branches):

                @cvs log -h Makefile |\
                        sed 's/:.*//g' |\
                        sed -n '/       /p' | sort

'make tlist' shows only open branches waiting for commit.

Regards, Darek Cieslak; +48 505-670-010;          cieslakd at - ExtremeProgramming / TestDrivenDevelopment +48 (022) 334-54-09 int. 121;

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