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Yes, I think you're right! Here's the log for the added file: RCS file: /usr/local/cvs_produzione//standard-atlante-plus/JavaSource/APUtility/Attic/NameTypeValVector.java,v Working file: JavaSource/APUtility/NameTypeValVector.java head: 1.2 branch: locks: strict access list: symbolic names: Rel_2007-07-16: 22.214.171.124 keyword substitution: kv total revisions: 2; selected revisions: 2 description: ---------------------------- revision 1.2 date: 2007/07/18 17:32:36; author: bnicolotti; state: dead; lines: +0 -0 Per problema riporto added da HEAD a branch ---------------------------- revision 1.1 date: 2007/07/17 12:58:33; author: bnicolotti; state: Exp; Per gestire elenchi di triple (nome campo, tipo, valore) ============================================================================= But I tried to update and it seemed not to work. I worked around the problem renaming the file on the branch and merging to HEAD. For now it's ok, next time i'll keep your suggestion in mind. THANKS! Bartolomeo Nicolotti wrote: > I've added a file to the HEAD trunk with other changes that I wanted to merge into a branch, so I committed everything on the HEAD, switched to the branch and did: > > ... > cvs update -j HEAD addedfile.txt > ... > > Then doing cvs -n update it correctly gave > > ... > A addedfile.txt > ... > > but when I tried to commit the added file in the branch cvs gave the error > > Conflict, the file addedfile.txt was already added. Not sure, but what happens when you now update the branch? Does it stay or does it go away? If it stays, the merge somehow already marked the file as now being on the branch, without an actual commit on the branch. Gerhard -- Bartolomeo Nicolotti SIAP Sistemi Applicativi s.r.l.