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Re: cvs import help

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: cvs import help
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2008 16:40:11 -0400

address@hidden writes:
> Why I am getting branchs here? how can I avoid this?

In CVS 1.11, import always creates a (vendor) branch.  It's no big deal
and you shouldn't worry about it.  However, you can avoid it by using
CVS 1.12 (where import has an option to not create a branch) or by not
using import.  You usually add a directory to an existing project by
adding the directory in a checked-out working directory and doing ``cvs
add'' rather than using import.  (You can also use the same method to
add a whole new project by checking out the top-level of the repository
without recursion [so you don't get all the files] using the slightly
magic module name ``.''.)

> What I want is something like this.
> I don't need!!!!
> I need versions to be 1.1 1.2 1.3.

Version numbers are for CVS internal use only -- you shouldn't care what
they are.  
Larry Jones

How am I supposed to learn surgery if I can't dissect anything? -- Calvin

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