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Re: bug report: tag is deleted by mistake

From: Yaron Yogev
Subject: Re: bug report: tag is deleted by mistake
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 01:01:46 -0700 (PDT)
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On Jul 30, 4:05 am, "Sam Louis" <address@hidden> wrote:
> hi all
>    I have got a bug with CVS1.11.22
>    The detail is
>    cvs up -dr tag a.txt
>    cvs rm -rf a.txt
>    cvs ci a.txt
>    the tag is deleted from a.txt by mistake

your description is unclear. do you say that the tag existed when you
did the "cvs up", and doing the "cvs rm" and "cvs ci" caused the tag
to be removed from the file ? are you sure than no one did "cvs tag -d
tag" on this file, or on some part of the repository ?
note also that (AFAIK) -r and -f options are not applicable to the
"rm" command.
to me this doesn't look like a bug, so this discussion probably
belongs in the gnu.cvs.help newsgroup.

>    I don't want to delete the tag of a.txt :(
>    And I have found that,
>    the file is deleted on branch from cvs client , but cvs doesn't have the 
> delete log ,and the history of cvs has the "R" record.

what do you mean by "cvs doesn't have the delete log" ?
do you mean that the removal of the file from the branch is not shown
when doing "cvs log a.txt" ?

Yaron Yogev

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