[cvsnt] co fails when using both -r and -D

Cory.Bestgen at courts.mo.gov Cory.Bestgen at courts.mo.gov
Tue May 29 18:47:38 BST 2007

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We have started using Hudson(https://hudson.dev.java.net/) to do the ci
We are using an older version(1.98) and maybe a later release will change
behavior. I haven't yet had time to upgrade and check. To be fair to Hudson
field we are using asks for a branch name; we were just hoping a tag would
work as well.

So far we have just been having it pull the head and if anything has
build the project. It would be nice to have another job that monitors a tag
builds when the tagged code has changed. Maybe this is the wrong way to
attempt this and a "release" branch would be better but tagging is less of
hassle for some people.

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> Yes, it is a tag. Maybe it doesn't make much sense but it is how our
> continuous integration
> product is issuing the checkout. It would be nice if it could

What product is that?



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