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Re: Revision Problem

From: Donald Sharp
Subject: Re: Revision Problem
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2002 05:54:19 -0500
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Seyethu -

Just check the source out as you would normally do
cvs -d <CVSROOT> co <Module>.

The revision is from a vendor import.  Unless
you explicitly work on the vendor branch you will be ok.

Also, I noticed that you also emailed me seperately, in the future
I only answer cvs questions directly on info-cvs.  Emails
sent directly to me will generally be ignored.

On Thu, Jan 24, 2002 at 11:43:21PM -0800, seyethu Abthagir wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have created new directory structure for my project
> and imported it into the CVS repository using "import"
> command on Linux.
> I can see the Revision number as, when I
> checking out the imported .cpp files. But, I don't
> want the Revision number to be as and I want
> the Revision number to be start with 1.1 as such.
> It would be appriciated, Could any one of u give me
> solution to erodicate this problem as soon as
> possible?
> Thanks in adv,
> abu.
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