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Using CVS checkout -D without sticky problem when commit?

From: Andreas Winter
Subject: Using CVS checkout -D without sticky problem when commit?
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 23:45:23 +0100
User-agent: Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0.7 (Windows/20050923)

The following problem occurs:
I have modified a working version in the rep so it won't work correctly anymore. I want to get a working Version from specific date and re-commit it immediately so the last version is the working version from Date.

I have checked out a working version from the repository with
#cvs checkout -D 2005-11-01 srcproject

Using the
#cvs update -A

command does not work properly, as it updates the changes commited to the repository in the meanwhile and the files are at the last commited versions.

CVS is really big with it's commandline interface (shellworker) and I suffer to get this simple thing to run correctly.

How can I re-commit an older (-D option) version as the last actual version to the repository??


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