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undo of "cvs commit -r rev"

From: Lukas Ruf
Subject: undo of "cvs commit -r rev"
Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2001 17:32:29 +0100
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Dear all,

while organizing a cvs-repository, I set the revision number of a
project to be 3.0 instead of 2.0 by issueing the command
cvs commit -r 3.0 
in the working directory.

Is there any way to set back the revision to be 2.0?
Or a way to undo the revision setting?

I browsed the on-line CVS manual/book -- but could not get the idea
out of it on how to do such an "undo".

Thanks for any help!

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