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Tobias, > A) is not very satisfying because > - if no local change exists on a file, "import" will place it on the > main trunk, leaving HEAD in an inconsistent state until I merge > modifications from the vendor branch That's not my understandin of how it works - but it's been a while since I did a vendor branch... I was pretty sure that the import was entirely to the branch and then it needed to be merged onto Trunk... I suppose if that's not the case you can just commit -f on trunk to force a new version... > - reproducing "clean" vendor releases, in particular those previous Again - if you checkout the vendor branch you should get just what you imported. > When I use -C, CVS directories are created, but the status is > incorrect. E.g. have a file <file> which already has revisions 1.1 and > 1.2 in the repository. After the import, the repository contains the > revisions 1.1, 1.2 and 1.3 with 1.3 having identical content as my > local copy as expected. But "cvs status" states that the Working > revision is 1.1 and it does so for all imported files. OK that's probably a bug - probably too late to try and get a fix in for 2.5.04 though... Can someone test with 2.5.04 and corroborate? Regards, Arthur