[cvsnt] how commit -r work?

Glen Starrett glen.starrett at march-hare.com
Mon Mar 12 16:07:05 GMT 2007

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Elim Qiu wrote:
> It's fine with me not assigning the revision #,  Just wondering: all
> the files managed by cvsnt will always have revision number of the
> form 1.*   (i.e.   the leading '1' will never be changed) ?

It will stay 1.x forever.

FWIW, if you had managed to set the revision to 2.0 then you would have 
had other problems... the ".0" has never been legal (but IIRC some 
people have hurt themselves doing it anyway).


Glen Starrett
Technical Account Manager, North America
March Hare Software, LLC


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