[cvsnt] Jar files becoming corrupt

Glen Starrett glen.starrett at march-hare.com
Mon Sep 18 02:32:00 BST 2006

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Bryan Leber wrote:
> I may be a little confused. Ill have to ask tomrorw, but im not sure if
> the ThirdParty/Jars jars are actually third party or if we actually
> built/created them and just named them in the ThirdParty/jar directory.
> Can you explain how to regenerate this part of a tree?

I mean run a log on the affected files, see which revisions are 
'important', get those revisions, overwrite & commit them and tag with 
the important tags (also from the log) as you go.  Very manual, not fun, 
but possible.


Glen Starrett

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