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Re: CVS Merge, No Conflict

From: Jim Hyslop
Subject: Re: CVS Merge, No Conflict
Date: Fri, 02 Sep 2005 11:23:44 -0400
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Abhishek_Sharma04 wrote:
Hi Stuart,

Some more queries on your answers:
1. How does creation of non-branch tags help. Isn't it same as merging
upon a version. Basically what I want to know is how is this different
from what we currently do say:
- cvs upd -j cr_abc

There will come a time when you will need to know where the root of cr_abc is. Without the non-branch tag, it will be very difficult to determine precisely where the root is.

After a branch is merged to the trunk, does any further work proceed on that branch, or is it for all intents and purposes dead?

2. Our project requirements are such that multiple developers work in
parallel and to ensure no interference I need to provide multiple
Are the developers working on different features, which may get incorporated into different releases?

[note: please trim your posts]

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