thought you agreed that CVS did not do this:
> -----Original Message-----
> On Behalf Of Arthur Barrett
> Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2012 9:59 PM
> Note: if you are using CVS 2.x or CVSNT, then I recommend you contact
> the vendor (March Hare Software) for support/training, CVSNT
> is NoT CVS.
> If you are using CVSNT (CVS 2.x) on linux, mac, solaris, hpux
> or windows
> then you just use the -1 keyword expansion option:
> > If you then use something like `cvs admin -o 1.1 test_cases.tgz`,
> Beware of using 'cvs admin' arbitrarily, it's an 'admin'
> option, and (in
> my opinion) not designed for 'day to day' use. I.e.: before running
> 'cvs admin' I always make sure I've got a backup of the repository.
The original post did already make it quite clear this was dangerous,
but then there is no particular harm in underscoring that fact.
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