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Thomas Singer wrote: > Could it be the opposite: if any file in a directory uses the tag for a > branch, it will be reported as 'T'? > > Am I right, that this information only is used to prevent adding > (committing?) to a non-branch (sticky directory) tag on the client? > It's always worked like it does now - I think it may even be inherited from rcs itself. AFAIK It's used by the server as well which has its independent check, so if the client ignores it it'll still fail to add files to tags. Tony