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> >Testing CVS, when I commit a file (after Edit), the next > error appears: > > > > cvs server: sticky tag `1.2' for file `Script/UpX.fxib' > is not a branch > > cvs [server aborted]: correct above errors first! > > > >I don't know why it appears and how can I correct it. > > > >Can anybody help me? > > > > You have updated a file to a specific revision (1.2) and then edited > it. Such a file cannot be committed back to the repository without > fixing the tag first. I guess "fixing the tag" probably won't mean anything helpful to him ;) If you are not using some graphical front-end, run "cvs update -A". If you're using TortoiseCVS run "update special" in the CVS submenu, then choose "HEAD" in "Update revision/tag/branch". And then, RTFM ;) Honestly, you should read some introduction to CVS, it's not as easy to the point of being learned just by fiddling with it. TortoiseCVS has a nice manual. There are also some good pointers in http://www.cvsnt.org/wiki Cheers, Flávio