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From Jim Jagielski <...@jaguNET.com>
Subject Re: Too much going into 1.2 tree?
Date Sun, 13 Jul 1997 15:31:35 GMT
Rodent of Unusual Size wrote:
> 
>     Erm, can anyone explain why the NT stuff is getting put into the 1.2
>     tree?
> 
> % cvs update apache-1.2

I always make sure to use the -rAPACHE_1_2_X option. I haven't
seen the below at all.

I also use -Pd as well...

Try

	cvs update -Pd -rAPACHE_1_2_X apache-1.2

> cvs server: Updating apache-1.2
> cvs server: Updating apache-1.2/cgi-bin
>     :
> cvs server: Updating apache-1.2/src/modules/proxy
> cvs server: Updating apache-1.2/src/nt
> P apache-1.2/src/nt/modules.c
> P apache-1.2/src/nt/readdir.c
> P apache-1.2/src/nt/readdir.h
> cvs server: Updating apache-1.2/src/regex
>     :
> 
>     I thought 1.2 was completely quiescent now (until the next set of
>     undiscovered security fixes).
> 
>     I'm starting to have serious concerns about the value of branches
>     versus creating separate modules..
> 
>     #ken    :-(}
> 


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