[cvsnt] Jar files becoming corrupt

Bryan Leber bryan.leber at fischerinternational.com
Mon Sep 18 13:11:33 BST 2006

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<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
<but possible.


Thanks Glenn, sorry to keep bothering you, but I am brand new to cvsnt.
You say to run a log. I use TortosieCvs and we have the version on our real system right now. How do I run a log? Then you
say see which revisions are 'important' Is that an actual tag or what.
Also, is there instructions on to get certain revsions, overwrite and
commit them with important tags?




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