[cvsnt] Re: Renaming Branch Tags

David Hauck davidh at netacquire.com
Thu Mar 3 22:58:11 GMT 2005

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> David Hauck wrote:
> > This suggests that the 2.0.58d client to 2.0.58d server
> inability in this
> > regard is unique from the 2.5.01 failure. Any more ideas on why
> the local
> > 2.0.58d-only case doesn't work correctly?
> No idea...  I tend to keep 2.0.58d only as a source reference these days
> rather than a compiled binaries.  It looks like it's doing the same
> things as 2.5.01 though.
> Try adding -b to the command line as well.. 2.5.01 doesn't need this but
> I'm not certain how 2.0.58 handled it.
> cvs -q -d f:\r\cvs\repository rtag -Ab -r V1_1_BRANCH V1_1_BRANCH_OLD
> mymodule

Nope. This results in the following version number:


Again, V1_1_BRANCH is

Looks like we're out of options? Any other ideas ;)?


> > (I'm still holding out hope that I can use 2.0.58d only, since 2.5.01 is
> > still pre-release. We're very paranoid, perhaps unreasonably, about this
> > sort of thing.)
> That's understandable.
> Tony
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