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Garth Winter Webb
Tue, 10 Oct 2000 12:28:25 -0700 (PDT)
You should ignore the revision numbers. CVS uses a detailed revision
numbering scheme that allows it to keep track of branches. All you need
to know is that after a commit, the revision number of the file will be
greater than it was before the commit.
CVS will let you change the major revision number (ie promote
revision 1.2 to 2.0), but most of the time its best to let CVS control
what revision numbers are assigned.
Read the 'Revision Numbers' section of the CVS manual for more
On Mon, 9 Oct 2000, Hanser, Kevin wrote:
> When I commit changes to a CVS file, it seems to want to increment the first
> decimal character every time.
> ie, I check out version 18.104.22.168, make some changes and check it back in
> when it's checked back in, it becomes version 1.2
> how can I change that so it increments a different value? like version
> 1.1.2 or something?
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- versions, Hanser, Kevin, 2000/10/09
- Re: versions, Laird Nelson, 2000/10/09
- Re: versions,
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