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I've looked everywhere for a clue to this problem. We just upgraded our server - when we moved the repository over, we didn't move the CVSROOT directory. we left the one that cvsnt created. Is there anything in CVSROOT besides the cvsrc file that could affect this? We have pretty much left the files in CVSROOT alone (both in the previous server and in the new server). Thank you, Joe E. "Joe Enfield" <joeenfield at hotmail.com> wrote in message news:cl0f5r$o06$1 at paris.nodomain.org... > 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. > >