|Subject:||Re: cvs import help|
|Date:||Wed, 22 Oct 2008 18:58:48 -0700|
That's good info, Larry. Thanks.
Can we get this into the FAQ?
The issue that I ran into recently while automating the interaction with
a repository was that files' originally being added to the vendor branch
messed me up for branching and merging back to the TRUNK. I had to go
through some gyrations to set it up so that, when I imported the
repository the first time, all my files found their way back to the
What's nice about having versions that look like 1.x is that it's very
easy then to check to see if the revision is on the TRUNK or not.
In any case this was very helpful. Thanks again.
> -----Original Message-----
> Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2008 4:40 PM
> To: address@hidden
> Cc: address@hidden
> Subject: Re: cvs import help
> address@hidden writes:
> > Why I am getting branchs here? how can I avoid this?
> In CVS 1.11, import always creates a (vendor) branch. It's
> no big deal and you shouldn't worry about it. However, you can avoid
it by using
> CVS 1.12 (where import has an option to not create a branch) or by not
> using import. You usually add a directory to an existing project by
> adding the directory in a checked-out working directory and
> doing ``cvs add'' rather than using import. (You can also use the
same method to
> add a whole new project by checking out the top-level of the
> repository without recursion [so you don't get all the files] using
> magic module name ``.''.)
> > What I want is something like this.
> > I don't need 18.104.22.168!!!!
> > I need versions to be 1.1 1.2 1.3.
> Version numbers are for CVS internal use only -- you
> shouldn't care what they are.
> Larry Jones
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