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Gerhard Fiedler wrote: > Well, come to think of it, I probably could use the merge command to merge > back from bMyBranch to HEAD, discard the merge results and replace the > files on HEAD (after the merge but before the associated commit) with the > files of the branch. I guess that would be one way to do it -- but is there > a more straightforward way? I think you want 'cvs update -jbMyBranch -jHEAD' (or the -j options might be the other way round?). Refer to Tony Hoyle's post from last year dated Wed 07/06/2006 14:06. -- Tony