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Re: Rtag ?
Re: Rtag ?
22 Nov 2002 18:12:30 +1100
On Fri, 2002-11-22 at 09:25, Matthew Rich wrote:
> I have been asked to tag (and branch) a module. The
> Problem is that there are no current tags for that
> build they want to branch on.
> Can I, using Rtag -D , specifiy a date/time of the
> build and tag all the files that were current on that
> date/time then create a branch?
Yes. Try this:
cvs rtag -D (date) base_(branchname) (module)
cvs rtag -r base_(branchname) -b (branchname) (module)
The first one creates a base tag for the branch (and when the time comes
to merge, you'll bless its existance!).
The second one creates the branch.
Remember all the caveats about dates, like specifying timezone and the
fact that without a time it's based on midnight-that-starts-the-day.
"Do you ever wonder if there's a whole section of geek culture
you miss out on by being a geek?" - Dancer.
- Rtag ?, Matthew Rich, 2002/11/21
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