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On Thu, 8 Jan 2004 11:02:57 +0000 (UTC), "Oliver Giesen" <ogware at gmx.net> wrote: >To reproduce: > >1. import a module using "V" as vendor branch and "R1" as Release tag >2. update-import a different version of the same module using "R2" as >vendor branch and "V" as release tag > >This produces a branch named "R2" which has the revisions tagged "R1" >on it plus the freshly imported revisions, which will have no tag at >all. Furthermore there will now be an empty branch named "V". > >Of course it makes no sense to do this - it was a mistake - that's why >I want to undo it. > I'm not sure you can - it's a similar situation to accidentally recommitting the entire repository or anything else that produces global changes. Detecting that kind of situation doesn't sound so easy - in this case CVS gave you enough rope to hang yourself with and you gleefully did it... If you've got any ideas though... Tony