- ... Even as a developer I would find a 6.1 branch very useful. ... Imho you should branch 6.1 once the main trunk becomes 6.2, branch off 6.2 one the mainMessage 1 of 41 , May 1, 2003View SourcePreviously David Brown wrote:
> I think CVS is primarily for the developers. Generally, the latest andEven as a developer I would find a 6.1 branch very useful.
> greatest will come from the CVS tree.
> If a previous release comes out, it could become a branch off ofImho you should branch 6.1 once the main trunk becomes 6.2, branch off
> whatever 6.1.474 versions each file is. CVS does branches very poorly,
> and I would like to do them as little as possible.
6.2 one the main trunk becomes 6.3, etc.
Wichert Akkerman <wichert@...> It is simple to make things.
http://www.wiggy.net/ It is hard to make things simple.
- ... I haven t seen that sort of problems either. Moving directories is another story. ... Kind regards, Aschwin Marsman -- aYniK Software Solutions allMessage 41 of 41 , May 1, 2003View SourceOn Thu, 1 May 2003, Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> Previously David Brown wrote:I haven't seen that sort of problems either. Moving directories is another
> > Well, this isn't a bash-CVS mailing list, but just say it is a
> > consequence of CVS being just a little more than a bunch of RCS files.
> > The branch does not exist as a cohesive whole. You just have some
> > subset of your files with an RCS branch. If you're lucky enough to get
> > your tags right, you might even be able to refer to that same set of
> > files again.
> Getting the tags wrong would be an impressive demonstration of not being
> able to run a very simple command correctly. I've never seen problems
> with that.
> Wichert.Kind regards,
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