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Re: question cvs

From: Mark D. Baushke
Subject: Re: question cvs
Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2010 16:58:38 -0800

FI - Delle Side Antonio <address@hidden> writes:

> It exists a specific command in order to cancel contemporaneously a
> BRANCH assigned to various files in different directories.

The command:

  'cvs rtag -B -d branchname .'

will delete the 'branchname' tag across all of the repository. The

  'cvs tag -B -d branchname'

will purge the 'branchname' tag from all files in the current subtree of
the repository.

These commands are dangerous in that it is not possible to reverse it
and any deltas committed to 'branchname' are not removed, but are

Read the manual closely before using these commands in a production
source repository.

        -- Mark

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