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Hi! I cannot recall the exact command, as I've used WinCVS GUI. I've created a very short example that reproduced my problem (a module with two subdirs, each with a single text file): cvs -w -d :sspi:fsrcvs:/CVS/swmaint/team_repos import -I ! -I CVS -m test -n -- sticky_tag_example cvs -w -d :sspi:fsrcvs:/CVS/swmaint/team_repos checkout -P -- sticky_tag_example cvs -w tag -- bld_1 cvs -w update -P -d -r bld_1 Looking into Tag files from each CVS/ directory in my sandbox, I can see that both subdirs have the 'N' type, but the root directory has the 'T' type. If I try to add a file in a subdir (cvs -w add -- foo.c) I get 'cvs server: cannot add file on non-branch tag bld_1' But if I add a file in the root folder of the module (same cvs -w add -- foo.c) it says: cvs server: scheduling file `foo.c' for addition on branch `bld_1' cvs server: use 'cvs commit' to add this file permanently and when I commit, I have version 184.108.40.206 of my newly added foo.c file on a branch called 'bld_1'. Best regards, Cristian. The information contained in this email has been classified as: ( ) Freescale General Business Information (X) Freescale Internal Use Only ( ) Freescale Confidential Proprietary ( ) Personal Memorandum -----Original Message----- From: Arthur Barrett [mailto:arthur.barrett at march-hare.com] Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2009 10:51 PM To: cvsnt at cvsnt.org cvsnt downloads at march-hare.com @CVSNT on Twitter CVSNT on Facebook Cc: Macarascu Alexandru Cristian-AMACARA1 Subject: RE: [cvsnt] Updating from regular tag marks some dirs with stickybranch tag instead of regular tag Cristian, Please reply to the group not me personally. > Thanks for replying! The problem is not related to files, but > directories only. > > Actually we came across it simply because we checked out from a > regular tag and, by mistake, added a new file to CVS control - and the > results was that CVS server created a branch called like the regular > tag and added the file on that branch. > > So, what I can give you are two Tag files from different directories, > one showing T and the other N. Or is there another way I can help you > to help me? What was the EXACT command you used to add the file? When I checkout a non-branch tag and try and add a file in an existing directory I get this error: cvsnt server: cannot add file on non-branch tag CVSNT_2_5_03_3309 Please reply to the group not me personally. Regards, Arthur Barrett