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Re: have finished reading

From: Sergei Organov
Subject: Re: have finished reading
Date: 31 May 2005 19:26:05 +0400
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address@hidden (Larry Jones) writes:
> Stuart Cooper writes:
> > 
> > but this is a bit tricky, so making copies, doing cvs update -A and
> > then moving the
> > copies over and then checking in is perfectly acceptable.
> As long as you're the only one making changes.  If there's a possibility
> of other people checking in changes, too, you need to check after the
> update -A for other changes that need to be merged into your changes. 
> In that case, doing the update correctly (with two -j options) is much
> simpler.

How is it different from update -A *without* copying anything on top of
it? My experience is that update -A would perform regular merge of
current changes into the head version. Am I missing something?


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