[cvsnt] Removing a branch

Tom pxknet at gmail.com
Sun Jul 22 18:35:44 BST 2007

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As my knowledge could cover, I would like to go to the cvs server root and 
delete the files/directories wrongly imported manually. But this is the 
dangerous operation, so it's better to check the document to see whether 
there is already a cvs command built for this.

"Medve Emilian-EMMEDVE1" <Emilian.Medve at freescale.com> 
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Hi Chris,

The maintainers will hate me for this :-), but use the cvs admin command
(cvs -H admin is a good starter for more info).


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Subject: [cvsnt] Removing a branch


We recently had a user who ran an "Import Module" command instead of the
"Checkout Module" command and this appears to have created a new branch
within the module. This module is exclusively for project documentation
and consists almost entirely of binary files.

We would like to remove that branch from each of the affected files. Is
it possible to do this globally? Also, if anyone has any other ideas of
how to roll back this error, it is greatly appreciated.



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