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Re: branches off of branches

From: Fabian Cenedese
Subject: Re: branches off of branches
Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2003 09:29:10 +0200

>cvs update -j TEST -j DEV -m
>means migrate changes from TEST to DEV, and remember the migration. 
>Then, if, inside head:
>cvs update -j TEST -m
>this would migrate the TEST changes into head... on a 
>cvs update -j DEV -m
>it would remember that the DEV changes have already been put into 
>test... etc. etc.

You could write scripts that do that with moving and creating new tags.
So every time you call the mmerge script it will apply a tag like
MERGED_DATE and there is a second tag LAST_MERGE which will
be moved to the new position. That way you will have a list of all merge
points and also the point of the last merge. Once you have the scripts
the call is as easy as cvs update -m.

bye  Fabi

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