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Rick Genter wrote: > > Personally, I like the system that subversion uses: 1, 2, 3, 4 :-). Theirs ends up like 1,2,24,48,92, due to there being one version for the entire repository, so individual files jump around a lot. That's the kind of thing that *might* happen to cvsnt, but might not. I've still not finalised anything yet (it's a ways off before the RCS files go.. got to get the directories working first, and they just have a single repository revision+tag, as they don't have to have any backward compatibility). My current preferred scheme is TAG+revision, so you can refer to files as FOO.1, FOO.2, FOO.3, or in relative terms (relative to the latest revision), FOO.-1, FOO.-2, FOO.-3. Whatever happens has to be convertible to something that looks a bit like an RCS revision number anyway so that frontends like cvsgraph can make sense of it.. the actual numbers though may look a bit random though. Tony