[cvsnt] Removing Files

Arthur Barrett arthur.barrett at march-hare.com
Wed Dec 31 22:57:46 GMT 2008

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> Get everyone out the directory and have them remove their 
> local working copy
> Tag
> Create an archive directory 
> Move the files from the current directory to the archive directory
> cvs remove current
> cvs add archive
> cvs commit
> Tag
> cvs remove archive
> cvs commit
> Tag
> Does this procedure look correct?  

Not to me - looks like you are trying to defeat the version control

That history may just look like rubbish today, but one day it'll be
important, why not:
* delete (files)
* cvs remove (files)
* cvs rtag (module)
* (create files)
* cvs add (files)
* cvs commit -m "" (files)



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