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Utter confusion

From: Lemke, Michael IZ/HZA-IOR
Subject: Utter confusion
Date: Wed, 8 Dec 2004 20:36:48 +0100


I am utterly confused about CVS' workings.  I thought I understood how
works but seems like I don't.  Look at this:

$ cvs stat -v PATCH002.htm
File: no file PATCH002.htm              Status: Locally Removed

   Working revision:    -
   Repository revision:
   Sticky Tag:          B_Q (branch:
   Sticky Date:         (none)
   Sticky Options:      -kb

   Existing Tags:
        DEVP_4                          (revision: 1.2)
        BF37p11                         (revision:
        QDEVP_3                         (revision:
        DEVP_3                          (revision:
        QDEVP_2                         (revision:
        DEVP_2                          (revision:
        TAG_PATCH_BEFORE_7              (revision:
        QP_2                            (revision:
        DEVP_1                          (revision:
        DEVP_PREPATCH_007               (revision:
        PRODP_LAST_WORKING_VERSION      (revision:
        QP_1                            (revision:
        QP_LAST_WORKING_VERSION         (revision:
        PRODP_LAST_MERGED               (revision:
        QP_LAST_MERGED                  (revision: 1.2)
        PL6                             (revision:
        B_PROD                          (branch:
        B_Q                             (branch:
        INIT                            (revision:
        COI                             (branch: 1.1.1)

Now I want back the version at tag QP_LAST_WORKING_VERSION, so I do

   $ cvs up -r QP_LAST_WORKING_VERSION PATCH002.htm
   R PATCH002.htm

Why isn't it adding the file right back?

Some more variations:

   $ cvs up -C -r QP_LAST_WORKING_VERSION PATCH002.htm 
   R PATCH002.htm

   $ cvs up -r B_Q PATCH002.htm 
   R PATCH002.htm

What am I missing here?  This is

$ cvs -v

Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.12.8 (client/server)

Please help me to clear up that mess.


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