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From Jim Jagielski <...@jaguNET.com>
Subject Re: Tagging 1.3.23
Date Tue, 22 Jan 2002 15:12:25 GMT
I would think that the later would be "safer" but I've no idea why
I think that :)

+1 on either :)

Bill Stoddard wrote:
> 
> > +1 on retaging... if Greg's "interpretation" is correct and we just retag
> > with the same tag. I was confused by what we meant by "bump" :) :)
> 
> "bump" is "move" in this context. You can use the command
> 
> cvs tag -r yadda APACHE_1_3_23 file.c
> 
> to move the APACHE_1_3_23 tag to a version 'yadda' of file.c. Or alternately, remove
the
> tag from the file then retag at HEAD...
> 
> cvs rtag -d APACHE_1_3_23 file.c
> cvs tag APACHE_1_3_23 file.c
> 
> There may be yet better ways to move the tag.
> 
> Moving tags is not normally a good thing to do, but if we just need to move tags for
just
> a few files to fix narrowly scoped problems, then, IMHO, it is an acceptable thing to
do
> in lieu of retagging the entire release.
> 
> Bill
> 


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