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Re: replacement to cvs release?

From: Martin Steffen <ms_at_informatik.uni-kiel.de>
Date: 2006-02-28 11:18:47 CET

>>>>> "Lars" == Lars Heineken <lars.heineken@diasemi.com> writes:

    Lars> Hi Martin,

    Lars> Just for the record, I don't know CVS's release command. So maybe

Release (-d) for me as (former) CVS-user means:

        I'm finished with this directory, I currently don't want to
        continue working on it, please remove it from my workspace
        and from my eyes.

But it's not deleted or moved to another place, ``virtually'' it's still
there in the repos, only that I (at client side) decided that I don't want
to see it now.

One good thing is: If I did \rm -rf, things would be removed from my eyes,
as well, however, without warning. Release will warn me about

        - not checked-in files
        - not commited/up-to-date files


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