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I don't know if this is a Tortoise problem, a CVS problem, or if I was exploiting a bug in a previous release. Previously our server was 1.11.3 build 57a, or something like that. we have updated to 2.0.58a clients are at least 2.0.41 Tortoise version used is 1.8.1 I am working on a branch, and a branch of that branch. ------------trunk \-------branch1 \-----branch2 my source code looks something like this: com/company/dir1/file1.java (stickytag: branch1) com/company/dir1/fileN.java (stickytag: branch1) com/company/dir1/dir2/file1.java (stickytag: branch2) com/company/dir1/dir2/fileN.java (stickytag: branch2) com/company/dir1/dir3/file1.java (stickytag: branch1) com/company/dir1/dir3/fileN.java (stickytag: branch1) etc... I did this by updating just dir2 with branch2. However, when I do a cvs update at the company level, all sticky tags are reverted to branch1. Tortoise does this: "C:\apps\TortoiseCVS\cvs.exe" "-z9" "-x" "update" "-d" "-P" "." I tried this from the command line in the /com directory - with the same behavior: cvs -z9 -x update -P Is this normal behavior? Thank you, Joe E.