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version numbering in CVS

From: EP1
Subject: version numbering in CVS
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 10:04:48 -0700 (PDT)

Let's say I have a file, call it "mathlib.cpp", belonging to a project called
"Math_Prof" (incidentally, I have no idea if there is actually a product
with such a name).  mathlib.cpp's current version on the trunk is 1.2.  I
create a branch for the project, with the branch tag "Math_Grad", with of
course "mathlib.cpp" being a file lin that branch.
I have noticed that when I update to the new branch (in this example case,
"Math_Grad"), the version number of the file is still 1.2.  However, when I
commit on the trunk, the version is then  Is there any way I can
get  Also, when I'm at or whatever other "1.2.2.x" version,
how do I bump up to, say,

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