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Re: Weird revision number on trunc.

From: Sergei Organov
Subject: Re: Weird revision number on trunc.
Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2007 14:40:44 +0400
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Yves Dorfsman <address@hidden> writes:
> On Fri, 13 Jul 2007, Sergei Organov wrote:
>> I've somehow got a situation when a working file without sticky tag has
>> revision number that ought to be on branch:
>> $ cvs status Makefile
>> ===================================================================
>> File: Makefile          Status: Up-to-date
>>   Working revision: Fri Jul 13 11:46:40 2007
>>   Repository revision: 
>> /var/local/group/systech/cvsroot/grlib1015b2247/bin/Makefile,v
> Could it be that the file was put in CVS via "import" instead of "ci"?

Yes, thanks for the idea, -- it seems that was indeed the case, -- I've
tried to import 2 times a test project containing single file (changing
it between first and second import), and got similar result.

Then, after committing yet another change to the file, I get normal
revision 1.2, so it doesn't seem to be real problem, except CVS behavior
is really confusing in this case. What made it even more confusing is
that in the real repository the second import was made by mistake (I
suppose using some button in the WinCVS front-end).

Thank you for your help once again.


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