Subject: Re: kernel filesystem code move
From: David Laight <email@example.com>
Date: 01/07/2003 10:15:51
> Most normal usage of CVS would never encounter this, but in case it does bite
> you some day, I thought it might be worth mentioning here (plus several
> people on ICB were curious).
> Where I work some developers had at one point used "cvs commit -r<rev>" to
> bump the major revision of some files. At some point, those same files were
> cvs remove'd. Still later, they attempted to add files with the same
> name to those directories.
Ah - I would bump the major revision of all files in the repository  
and also ensure that any new files added picked up that new revesion.
ie using the major number as a revision of the repository rather
that that of a single file.
OTOH most of my experience is with scripts front-ending SCCS for
a small number of users.
 next time they had a delta generated.
 maybe only a large subtree
David Laight: firstname.lastname@example.org