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Thu, 16 Oct 2003 16:08:58 +0200
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What in CVS is called tagging is the concept of marking a certain version
(or set of versions in cvs) to be the release we made public, including a
version number and all.
I use this often to go back the the version my clients run and then run it
with debugging compiled-in to reproduce a problem and be abe to fix it
since I have line numbers etc.
I have not found out how to mark a specific version (patch) with a name like
Since I can make 3 releases in a week (or 1 in two months..) the idea of
creating a branch for each version was dismissed quite fast since its just
But maybe I just used the wrong commands; any thoughts?
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- [Gnu-arch-users] Tagging.,
Thomas Zander <=