|Subject:||cvs update with a tag|
|Date:||Tue, 18 Sep 2001 11:18:02 -0700|
There seems to be an oddity when updating with a tag (in my case, branch). Let's presume that I have a directory of 40 files, only 5 of which are on a branch. If I do:
cvs update -f -r Branch
to update all files from the repository, the 5 on the branch being at that revision level, the remaining 35 all at the HEAD. At least that's the intention. What I seemed to end up with is the 5 on the branch being correct, and the other 35 claiming to have that tag, but not really. As a result when I go and "cvs commit" one of the 35 files, CVS complains that the file isn't up-to-date.
Where's my error?
Using WinCVS v1.2 (the underlying CVS is v 1.11) against a Linux CVS repository.
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