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Luigi D. Sandon wrote: > I have the same problem, due to some management issues I have to tag a > branch at a given date. > >> out the module on the branch and then use tag -D in that sandbox. That > > AFAIK, it does not work, to tag files on a branch -r has to be used, even > with cvs tag, otherwise the trunk is tagged, not the branch. And it won't > work with -D, same incompatibility error. I'm certain that cvs tag (not rtag!) in a sandbox that is on a branch tags the sandbox revision -- that is, the revision on the branch. I do this a lot. However, I don't do this with the -D option, so what you say may still be true and a consequence of the way -D works. I almost never use -D and I think I never used it for tagging, so I have to leave this to someone who has more experience with it. Gerhard