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Re: URGENT: Initial revision number for CVS.

From: Carsten Wich
Subject: Re: URGENT: Initial revision number for CVS.
Date: 29 Jan 2002 15:03:24 GMT
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In article <address@hidden>, Mike Pumford wrote:
>> Can it be that the problem lies in the automatic creation of a new
>> branch after new source files have been imported into the repository ?
> Yes the vendor branch. As soon as you modify the files you will get 2 digit 
> revision numbers.
>> How can I suppress this behaviour ?
> What people are try to tell you is that you *cannot* suppress this. 
> It is part of how CVS works. If you don't like what import does don't use 
> it; add each file individually and your revisions will start at 1.1. IMO you 
> should learn not to care about revision numbers and start thinking in terms 
> of 
> tags.

Okay, I will try.

Thank you, and of course all the others that wrote follow up's to my
post, for your answers. I think I am got a better understanding about
the way CVS works, now.

Greetings from Germany,

Carsten Wich

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