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Re: missing tags

From: Stephen Leake
Subject: Re: missing tags
Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2002 15:09:02 GMT
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"Mirco Bova" <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi all,
> I've just dome my first checkout of a specific revision (ie TAG). All went
> well but I noticed that some subdirs of the project root were tagged while
> other aren't. Looking at the files they seem to be all tagged...

Here you say "all the files are tagged properly".

What, exactly do you mean when you say "subdirs are tagged"? CVS only
applies tags to files, not directories (that's one of the
features/problems with CVS compared to other tools).
> Now can anyone tell me what happened?> I cannot figure out why only
> some dirctories are tagged I'd expect to find all the files and
> folders marked with the tag I selected at checkout time.

Here you say "some files are not tagged properly".

I'm confused. 

The normal process for using tags is:

Get your working directory to the point where you want to tag it.

Make sure everything is checked in

cvs tag -c tag_foo

Delete your working directory (or move it somewhere, to be really

cvs checkout -r tag_foo

-- Stephe

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