[cvsnt] cvs commit failing to create new version

Torsten Martinsen torsten at tiscali.dk
Wed May 12 18:37:56 BST 2004

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Mark Victory wrote:

>However if I then edit my local copy of the file and
>commit the changes, CVS returns with:
>	cvs commit: Examining .
>	Checking in newfile.txt;
>	/cvsrepo/imghcm/newfile.txt,v  <--  newfile.txt
>	new revision: 1.2; previous revision: 1.1
>	done
>but the archive on the server remains unchanged. 
How do you determine that the archive is unchanged?


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