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On Thu, 26 Feb 2004 12:28:18 +0100, "Waldemar Oblizajek" <woblizajek at klub.chip.pl> wrote: > >Then I changed file1.txt and run import again with following results: > >C:\dir1>cvs import -m "Second import" dir1 VENDOR01 V1 >cvs server: ERROR: tag VENDOR01 already exists in >D:/CVSREPO/dir1/file1.txt,v >cvs server: ERROR: tag VENDOR01 already exists in >D:/CVSREPO/dir1/file2.txt,v >U dir1/file2.txt > It's telling you what's wrong - you can't use the same branch twice. It used to work but delete the old branch - We now enforce the rule explicitly because it was possible to trash your repository if you typed the wrong branch. > I followed CVS manual which suggests the vendor tag should be the same >each time the new release is imported. If it says that it needs changing... where does it say it? Tony