[cvsnt] Sticky option (-ko) permanent or only on in working directory?

Tony Hoyle tony.hoyle at march-hare.com
Fri Aug 18 16:36:36 BST 2006

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Nick Duane wrote:
> * First I deleted my sandbox.  I then checked out the root level module.  I 
> checked the files in question.  They all had Header and Log keywords set for 
> my checkin.
> * cvs update -ko <file>
> * cvs commit -m "..." <file>
> * copy original file back into sandbox
> * cvs commit -m "..." <file>
> * I then check the file again.  It appears that it hasn't added to the 
> Header or the Log so I think I've fixed the problem.
> * delete sandbox
> * checkout module
> * check file again and notice that it does have my Header and Log info in 
> the file.

You didn't use commit -f.  ref. my first reply...


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