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Daniel Lapolla wrote: > Daniel Lapolla wrote: > >> Sometimes we need to assemble a working copy that consists of a tag >> (baseline) and a set of branches. >> >> The normal procedure was to check out (or update) with -r <tag_name> >> -j <1st_branch_name>. >> >> Then we used to switch the modified/added files to the <1st_branch_name>. >> >> To retrieve the second branch, we used to do an update -j >> <2nd_branch_name>, switch the modified files to <2nd_branch_name> and >> so on for each other branch in the set. >> >> But now cvsnt seems to override the branches' sticky tags with the >> directory tag <tag_name>, and ends up retrieving the old revision. >> >> Is this new behavior intentional or its a bug added some time ago? >> >> We are using server 2.5.01.1910 and client 2.0.51d. >> >> TIA >> Daniel > > > Oh... I forgot to tell... I did a little test here. I renamed the "Tag" > file inside CVS' directory and the update worked as expected (in that > directory only).