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keith d. zimmerman wrote: > well, if i am not mistaken, it came from my question originally. And if > this is supported, I no longer need the HEAD:date syntax: > cvs update -j DATE -j HEAD > but that doesn't work either. Thus the HEAD:date thing makes sense to me. -D date -j HEAD might do something but it's more likely to use the default (checked out) branch, rather than HEAD (well *some* commands use the checked out branch for dates..., others don't. Wonderfully consistent!) The whole tag thing needs sorting out... log uses a different system again, checkout is slightly different as well. A centralised/consistent tag syntax is definately something worth doing... won't be for a little while though I think. Tony