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> (...) > 3. Third, I create a branch in the version 1.1. This branch is called > "Testing". You should better did this step prior to commiting 1.2, as this is just adding points of failure... > (...) > 7. Now I right click the mouse and select CVS Merge. In the merge dialog I > fill up > the "1.2" in the start combo box and fill up "184.108.40.206" in the end > combo box. You have to choose 1.1 and 220.127.116.11! Or better yet, just choose 18.104.22.168 as "start" and let cvs find the latest mergepoint for you. When you select two revisions for merge, you're telling cvs "merge the differences between these two revisons into my working copy". Since you started your branch off of 1.1, the difference between them is 1.2 -> 1.1 -> 22.214.171.124 (i.e. it will undo the changes made in 1.2) -Flávio