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update -j -j pulls in more than we want

From: Andrew Lawson
Subject: update -j -j pulls in more than we want
Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2003 09:40:45 +0100

        Lately I've been stung when applying update -j -j to wildly disparate
versions of a program. CVS insists on pulling in unwanted fixes in order to
meet its contextual needs it seems. While this makes sense is there any way
of predicting or controlling how cvs behaves in such situations?



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