[cvsnt] Re: "cvs commit -r " problem

Tony Hoyle tony.hoyle at march-hare.com
Fri Jul 22 19:01:29 BST 2005

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Julian Opificius wrote:

> Please ... if it ain't broke (and it isn't), don't fix it.

Of course there will be a way of referring to specific revisions.  The 
crucial point is that it will *not* be under the control of the user. 
Just because the initial revision is called 1.1 today doesn't mean 
that's what it'll be called in the future - that's the point Bo is making.

Forcing revisions is something that is already disallowed and will 
become utterly impossible in the future also.


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