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Tony Hoyle wrote: > Vedprakash Patel wrote: >> >> Hi All, >> >> I am trying use -e option of commit command i.e. keeping file checkout and >> checking in the code. Next version is generated say 1.7 for a file but if I >> execute unedit command it gets previous version 1.6 file. >> >> Here are the steps I followed: >> 1. Ckeckout a file class1.cs with version 1.3 (latest version) >> 2. Make some changes to file and commit with -e option >> Cvs commit -e class1.cs >> New version is generated for the file i.e. 1.4 >> 3. new unedit the file without making any changed to the file. >> Cvs unedit class1.cs >> Cvs asks to revert the changes and selected yes. >> 4. This will get previous version i.e. 1.3 in my local machine. But I >> expecting the version 1.4 >> > unedit does that.. it reverts to the file that was edited (which is just > a local copy made during the edit command). Would a repeat edit (could be run after step 2 above) update the local copy? Gerhard