|Subject:||Re: tag and branch names collision|
|Date:||Thu, 03 Feb 2005 18:10:20 -0500|
|User-agent:||Mozilla Thunderbird 0.8 (X11/20041012)|
Thanks for the answer. I'm having a case i don't understand.Jean-Pierre Sevigny wrote:Any ways to list the files in a module that have a tag and a branch with the same name?I think you'll have to write a script to do it. Pick one file as your reference, and do 'cvs stat -v' on it. You'll get a list of tags, which will either say "revision" or "branch". Then do a 'cvs stat -v' on all the files in the repository, and have your script compare, on a tag-by-tag basis, the type of the tag.
I have a file that was added to a branch. So, the HEAD view shows it in the Attic. Now, on the HEAD, a tag was added (at the same level, i.e. revision 1.1). I'm wondering how this happened? Those files are actually the ones creating problems, as i have no way of checking them out (they were later removed from the branch also). The problem is that the tag on revision 1.1 is also a branch somewhere else.
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