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I have a branch that is on a number of files. Some of these files have different tags. I realize know that instead of a single branch I should have created a branch for each of the tags. Is there a simple way <g> to recreate the branches I really wanted and possibly get rid of the single branch I don't? Example: File1 1.1 : BaseBranch 22.214.171.124 : GoodTag1 File2 1.1 : BaseBranch 126.96.36.199 : GoodTag2 What I'd like to do is change BaseBranch on any file that has a revsion with GoodTag1 to GoodBranch1 and for any file with a revision GoodTag2 I want to change BaseBranch to GoodBranch2. So it would look like this: File1 1.1 : GoodBranch1 188.8.131.52 : GoodTag1 File2 1.1 : GoodBranch2 184.108.40.206 : GoodTag2 I can live with BaseBranch existing afterward and just ignoreing it. I'd prefer for BaseBranch to go away or be replaced by the separate GoodBranches. TIA, Rick