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I just update-imported the last two releases of a third-party library into our own repo. It all went fine... at least that's what I thought at first. Unfortunately I only realized later that I accidentally swapped Release Tag and Vendor Branch... D'Oh! This had the effect of my old vendor branch being renamed to what I had originally intended to be the release tag while the freshly imported revisions have no tag at all. Furthermore the old vendor branch is now void of revisions... Does anybody have any idea how to reverse this mistake? This library consists of ~300 files so it better be something that does not involve manually editing all the RCS files. The alternative would be asking my admin to extract those modules from yesterday's server backup from tape... BTW: This happened with a 2.0.12 client via sspi against a 2.0.7 server (I couldn't use the 2.0.19 client as it was giving me socket write errors). Help! P.S.: Shouldn't there be a warning or something like that if I use an existing branch name as a release tag? -- Oliver ---- ------------------ JID: ogiesen at jabber.org ICQ: 18777742 (http://wwp.icq.com/18777742)