[cvsnt] Assigning Initial Checking Revision
ljhumun at sil.intnet.mu
Tue Apr 5 09:58:00 BST 2005
Bo Berglund wrote:
> Why do you want to do this at all?
> The revision numbers are items used internally by CVS to keep track of
> changes to the individual files themselves. There is no other meaning
> attached to revision numbers and you should not interfere with the CVS
> Also note that revision numbers ending with a zero, like the one you
> suggested, have special meanings to CVS and should not be used at all!
> I suspect that somehow you are confusing product versions with the CVS
> revision numbers, but they have nothing at all in common and could not
> be used interchangeably.
> Product versions are managed in CVS by using "tags", which can be applied
> across many different files at different revisions to tie together all
> files valid for a certain product version.
> Tags are what you should use!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org [mailto:cvsnt-bounces at cvsnt.org]On Behalf
> Of LJhumun
> Sent: den 5 april 2005 09:23
> To: cvsnt at cvsnt.org
> Subject: [cvsnt] Assigning Initial Checking Revision
> Hi all,
> Can anyone help me plz,
> Well, what i want is to assign an initial checking revision to 2.0
> instead of 1.1.
> I am using CVSNT 2.058d and TortoiseCVS as the GUI.
> Is it possible to assign an initial Checking revision.
> If so, plz let me know,
> Thnks in advance,
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