[cvsnt] Re: Branch "1"
cvsnt at smartcvs.com
Fri Mar 17 09:19:03 GMT 2006
What 'cvs admin' options you use? When I run 'cvs -H admin' for my CVSNT
binary, I get following output:
> Usage: cvs admin [options] files...
> -l[rev] Lock revision (latest revision on branch,
> latest revision on trunk if omitted). (DEPRECIATED)
> -m rev:msg Replace revision's log message.
> -o range Physically delete (outdate) specified range of revisions:
> rev1:rev2 Between rev1 and rev2, including rev1 and rev2.
> rev1::rev2 Between rev1 and rev2, excluding rev1 and rev2.
> rev: rev and following revisions on the same branch.
> rev:: After rev on the same branch.
> :rev rev and previous revisions on the same branch.
> ::rev Before rev on the same branch.
> rev Just rev.
> -p [rev:]prop=val Set global or versioned property.
> -q Run quietly.
> -t[file] Get descriptive text from file (stdin if omitted).
> -t-string Set descriptive text.
> -u[rev] Unlock the revision (latest revision on branch,
> latest revision on trunk if omitted).
> (Specify the --help global option for a list of other help options)
> THIS COMMAND IS FOR CVS ADMINISTRATORS ONLY. DON'T USE IT UNLESS YOU
> KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARE DOING, AND WHAT THE CONSEQUENCES ARE.
Oliver Koltermann schrieb:
> Hello Thomas,
> Thomas Singer <cvsnt at smartcvs.com> writes:
>> No, it's 1 - without any period. Tony, what do you think?
>>>> branches. But somehow the client managed to create a branch "1" on
>>>> top of the main trunk revisions, which sounded a little bit strange
>>>> to me.
> We use a (I guess not very common) scheme where "1"-Branches are used
> to express file-to-project connections. The files belonging to one
> project are marked with an alternate name for the main line (branch
> 1). We do this for years now - I'm not sure if it could be done using
> alias branches today.
> I have to call the "cvs admin" command to create this special branch
> tags... so if this is the case at your clients site somebody (with
> admin rights) there should know about this.
> Best regards,
> O. Koltermann
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