[cvsnt] Re: revision 1.3 too low; must be higher than 2.1
tmh at nodomain.org
Tue Nov 23 14:34:14 GMT 2004
Elisa Cargnel wrote:
> And I need to commit a version after revision 1.2, But I wouldn't like to make a branch.
> I'd like to have the revision 1.3, this depends on how my files are organized.
You can't, because someone has already checked in a revision 2.1.
It is impossible to go backwards in time, so the next revision will be
2.2 (or higher if you force it, which isn't recommended).
> I saw in old topics that this was a problem on resurrecting files. Now this is solved for resurrection.
> Would it be possible to have in committing files too or you think this is a bad behavior?
It's just impossible to do (as it doesn't make sense).
Revision numbers should bever be taken as anything but a unique way of
identifying a revision.. reading anything magic into them is doomed to
(commit -r is going away very soon unless there is an overriding reason
to keep it, and I can't think of any at all right now).
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