[cvsnt] Strange behaviour of cvs update -C -j

Glen Starrett grstarrett at cox.net
Mon Jan 5 18:04:10 GMT 2004

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> When I do cvs update -C -j HEAD <file> the file is made 
> read-only. The -j 
> HEAD can be omitted altogether, but still I wonder why the 
> file is made 
> read-only?

I had a similar problem with the cvs up -j behavior, bringing in new files
as read-only.  Was this a new file to the branch, or one that existed on the
branch already?  (I'm assuming that you are on a branch here).

Glen Starrett

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