|Subject:||Re: how to commit without update|
|Date:||Sun, 22 Jul 2001 10:59:00 -0700|
I assume you want to do this because the files in the repository are somehow incorrect (I hope)? But at the risk of telling you how to do something you probably shouldn't do, here's how you can accomplish it:
1) Make copies of your local files first. Put them somewhere so they won't be affected by an update.
2) Now do an update (so CVS won't complain when you try to commit).
3) Copy your saved files on top of the updated ones.
This will result in the current repository files getting overwritten (instead of merged) by your version of those same files.
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