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Wolfram Kuss wrote: > > Existing Tags: > Branch_A (branch: 1.64.2) > Before_Branch_A_Creation (revision: 1.64) > > But log says: > > 220.127.116.11 : 'Branch_A' > > Is this discrepancy ok? Yes. 18.104.22.168 is the same as branch 1.64.2 - it's just the way CVS represents it internally. > Anyway, the problem is, people, including me, can for example do a > diff from WinCVS of their local with the file revision 22.214.171.124. > Internally, this does a > > cvs update -p -r 126.96.36.199 bdgvalues.h > > So, everyone is able to see the contents of the "secret" branch. > ACLs don't work against numeric tags - it's a known limitation. Mostly you use them to stop people checking in to branches that are in code freeze... they're not really that secure (there are probably a dozen ways around the checks). Tony -- Te audire no possum. Musa sapientum fixa est in aure. Tony Hoyle <tmh at nodomain.org> Key ID: 104D/4F4B6917 2003-09-13 Fingerprint: 063C AFB4 3026 F724 0AA2 02B8 E547 470E 4F4B 6917