|Subject:||RE: Overwriting a sandbox|
|Date:||Fri, 25 Jan 2002 11:56:18 -0500|
That's the way I find it!
For a few files (<10), I would just update each of them.
For more files (~100), I did the following:
1o Tag my working sandbox with tag FUTURE_GOOD_BUILD (cvs tag FUTURE_GOOD_BUILD ...)
2o Check out using tag BEST_TODAY in another sandbox, and tag it FUTURE_GOOD_BUILD too (cvs tag -F FUTURE_GOOD_BUILD ...) ~ notice the "-F" option this time
3o Go back to the first sandbox, and do an update using the tag FUTURE_GOOD_BUILD to fetch the files "BEST_TODAY"
This seems to work; still, it would have been less painful with one single command.
Thanks for the response.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden]
> Sent: Friday, January 25, 2002 11:36 AM
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> Subject: Re: Overwriting a sandbox
> Ajmal Chaumun writes:
> > Does anyone know how we can update the sandbox with the
> BEST_TODAY tag while
> > keeping the files already checked out under previous tag
> LAST_GOOD_BUILD but
> > that are not tagged BEST_TODAY. Basically, it comes to
> saying I want to
> > overwrite a few files on top of an existing sandbox.
> There isn't any easy way (there may well not even be a hard way). You
> should tag all the files, not just some of them.
> -Larry Jones
> I sure wish I could get my hands on some REAL dynamite. -- Calvin
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