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Stumbled on the same problem once, after deleting the head revision of a -kb file. (The file was added as -kb and all revisions were -kb). The server was 2.5.01.1976 and client was 2.5.03.2151. Regards, Daniel Tony Hoyle wrote: > Gerhard Fiedler wrote: >> What I found surprising is that it doesn't work but is allowed. >> Shouldn't a >> command that doesn't work (like deleting a revision that changes the >> storage type) be caught and rejected? >> > The admin -o code predates the existence of storage types.. probably > even expansion options (back in history - when we were still tracking > cvs 1.11 - it didn't work with binary files at all... corrupted them > every time). > > It's such a rare occurrence it's really not worth spending any time on > (well there isn't the time to spend on it.. there are only 7 days in a > week, and a long list of things to do) - in 5 years you're the first one > to have even noticed, and I've known about the potential issue for 3 of > those.. > > Tony