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Hi Arthur, "Arthur Barrett" <arthur.barrett at march-hare.com> wrote on 12/31/2008 05:57:46 PM: <snip> > > Not to me - looks like you are trying to defeat the version control > system. Not at all. Please don't misunderstand me, I'm trying to work within the version control system. > > That history may just look like rubbish today, but one day it'll be important, I fully appreciate the importance of the history. What I was trying to avoid was mixing old history with new. > why not: > * delete (files) > * cvs remove (files) > * cvs rtag (module) > * (create files) > * cvs add (files) > * cvs commit -m "" (files) If I add a new file that happens to have the same name as an old (removed) file, won't the new file have the same ,v file as the old? Would this matter? Am I over-analyzing this? > > Regards, > > > Arthur