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Yes you can - see http://ccvs.cvshome.org/source/browse/ccvs/NEWS?rev=126.96.36.199&content-type=text/x-cvsweb-markup: Changes from 1.11.1p1 to 1.11.2: * The "tag" and "rtag" commands will no longer move or delete branch tags unless you use the new -B option. (This prevents accidental changes to branch tags that are hard to undo.) The fact that CVSNT does not allow the -B option makes it cumbersome to use Unix servers with the CVSNT client. (The reason I discovered this was that one of my colleagues in fact had a need to delete a branch tag, so it is not only an academical question). Suggestion: Make CVSNT accept the -B option for compatibility, but make it a no-op. Tony Hoyle wrote: >Torsten Martinsen wrote: > >>The -B option is for safety purposes only: To move or delete a *branch* >>tag you have to specify -B. >> >AFAIK you can't move or delete branch tags anyway - not sure how you'd >achieve this... deleting is probably possible (it's equivalent to deleting >all the revisions that it corresponds to) but moving makes little sense >once the branch has items committed to it. > >