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On Mon, 10 Feb 2003 12:21:01 +0100, "Trond Kvarenes" <trond at logit-systems.com> wrote: >If I have a branch from the 1.1 version called "customer1" and a branch from >"customer1" called "maint_1" and a branch from "maint_1" called "bugfix", >and use the "if no matching revision found,..." option when updating to the >"bugfix" branch, I don't get the latest version on the "maint_1" branch on >the files that hasn't got a "bugfix" branch , but the latest on the >"customer1". If i update to the maint_1 branch it shows the 1.1 version. >Why? Shouldn't I get the latest commited version? > The full text of the "if no matching revision.." option is: -f Force a head revision match if tag/date not found. Which means you'll get the latest HEAD revision. AFAIK there is no option to get revisions from previous branches. If "bugfix" was really branched from "maint_1" then I'd expect all the files to be there anyway, though. Tony