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RE: How to add/commit a directory after the files therein are already ad
Ming Kin Lai
RE: How to add/commit a directory after the files therein are already added/commited
Fri, 28 Apr 2006 20:33:08 -0700
% cvs status -v ~/VERSION3/doc/ChangeLog
Sticky Tag: v3_0_5 (revision: 22.214.171.124)
% cvs status -v ~/RESTORED/doc/ChangeLog
Sticky Tag: VERSION3 (branch: 1.1.2)
I might - I am not sure, but I might - obtain the VERSION3/doc/CVS/* by
copying them from another directory which I used to check out v3_0_5. I
think I accidentally deleted the CVS directory, that contains Entries, Tag,
etc, in VERSION3/doc so i might just check out v3_0_5 into another directory
and then copy the CVS files from there to VERSION3/doc.
Assumed I did actually do that. My question now is:
If I initially checked out files from a branch VERSION3 to a directory A,
then changed them, committed them and tagged them with v3_0_5. Then I use
another directory B, and checked out v3_0_5 from the repository. Now would
the sticky tag for files in A be VERSION3 and the sticky tag for files in B
be v3_0_5? That is, the sticky tags for files in A would still remain
VERSION3 even though I tagged the files with v3_0_5?
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- Re: How to add/commit a directory after the files therein are already added/commited, (continued)