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On Sun, 10 Jul 2005 12:35:49 +0100, Tony Hoyle <tony.hoyle at march-hare.com> wrote: >Bo Berglund wrote: >> >> I tried this command: >> cvs rtag -A -r Rel_1_2_30_MarineLogger Branch_MarineLogger SSReceiver >> >> I expected it to set an alias to the existing branch tag >> Rel_1_2_30_MarineLogger and consequently it would be located on the >> same base revision as the start of the branch Rel_1_2_30_MarineLogger. > >rtag doesn't seem to implement alias tags. Not sure why, other than it >never got noticed. If you do it using tag it'll work. I'll put the >alias tag code into rtag ASAP. > OK, I just dd not want to update my sandbox to the branch before adding the alias tag because there are new directories added after the branch so they would disappear during the update. But biting the bullet and doing so I found that the branch is now renamed. In the WinCvs graph view both are visible but all the file revisions are tied to the new alias name. Fine. /Bo Berglund