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Re: Moving Release to Branch

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Subject: Re: Moving Release to Branch
Date: 25 Aug 2005 16:23:02 -0700
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Larry Jones wrote:
> address@hidden writes:
> >
> > What you need to do though, is using that tag, crate a branch. Then you
> > are home free.
> >
> > cvs -b -r rel_1_1 rel_1_1-branch proj_name
> That should be ``cvs rtag -b -r rel_1_1 rel_1_1-branch proj_name''.

Oops, missed that.

> And you may not need to create a branch -- if you haven't checked in any
> changes since the release (and I gather you haven't), just checkout
> without using any tag.  That gets you the latest revision of each file
> and allows you to check in changes.  You can also update an existing
> working directory to the latest revision with ``cvs up -A''.

I sugested branching b/c he's done a 'cvs co -r rel_1_1' and then tried
to commit stuff against it. So my assumtion is that he missed the step
where you need to create a branch. Might be wrong though.

> -Larry Jones
> Girls are so weird. -- Calvin


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