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Re: commiting a sticky file

From: sparkylee
Subject: Re: commiting a sticky file
Date: Mon, 27 Jul 2009 10:01:11 -0700 (PDT)
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On Jul 25, 10:43 am, Spiro Trikaliotis <list-
address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello,
> * On Fri, Jul 24, 2009 at 12:01:12PM -0700 sparkylee wrote:
> > i guess this is a dumb question but i'll be danged if i can find the
> > answer.
> > i have a main trunk and want to create a branch.  i do it, and check
> > out the branch. now all the files are sticky. i can't commit them.  i
> > want to edit and commit to the branch.
> Can you give the exact commands you are using?
> When you create a branch and update your sandbox to point there, all
> files get a sticky tag, that's right. However, it should be the sticky
> tag of a branch - thus, you can commit there.
> However, if the tag is no branch tag, you cannot commit. Thus, I assume
> you are giving wrong commands.
> An example how it works (from inside of the sandbox):
> $ cvs up -r BRANCH_TAG
> HTH,
> Spiro.
> --
> Spiro R. Trikaliotis                              

i think i have the sandbox all screwed up. i tried the above and after
the update -r <branch> the file still
had a sticky tag.  like i said if i do an update -A , edit, and
commit, it commits to the trunk revision, not
the branch revision.

i guess i'll see if i can delete this test from the repository and
start over.


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