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tag inside some other tag(cvs)

tag inside some other tag(cvs)

2007-04-20       - By prasad kumar
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hi Tanguy,
 
 http://www.wincvs.org/wincvs_app.png

 from what ur showing in the picture,let us assume 'cvsgui' is module name in
HEAD tag.then i updated the 'cvsgui' module with clean copy option from HEAD
tag.ofter getting clean copy of 'cvsgui',i create the tag(let us assume build
_xxx) as follows:
 
 remote---> create a tag by  module-->tag name-->change from uncheck to check
"Overwrite existing existing tags with the same name"-->click ok
 
 why iam creating because to maintain all version of files in the particular
tag(build_xxx).with cvs it is possible 'One version of a file can have multiple
tags'
 like above.
 
 then come to ant,with ant i have written code to take fresh checkout
 
 <target name="checkout" description="Update package from CVS">
         <cvs cvsroot="${cvs.repository}" command="up -d -P" package="${cvs
.package}" dest=".." tag="HEAD"/>
</target>
 
 but from above it  will take fresh checkout with existing(already created)
tag.i.e from HEAD.
 
 but i require to maintain all version of files in the particular tag(build
_xxx) ,ofter creating the this tag i have to take fresh checkout from this tag
(build_xxx).
 
 is it possible with ant to create new tag to maintain all version of files in
the particular tag(build_xxx)?
 
 i think there is no option in ant to create new tag,i chekced the ant docs no
option was available.
 
 if no option is there in ant,please respond becuase i need to give the report
to my superiors as saying "there is no option in ant to create new tag to
maintain all version of files in the particular tag(build_xxx)?"
 
 if any person knows,respond that's a great appreciation
 
 thanks,
 
 prasad
 
 
 
 

RADEMAKERS Tanguy <Tanguy.RADEMAKERS@(protected)> wrote:
 Hello Prasad,

OK, i have checked the WinCvs site, and it seems that WinCvs has a
window (they call it the "browser status window") that shows you which
cvs calls are being made as you use the tool.

In this picture:

http://www.wincvs.org/wincvs_app.png

it is the window at the bottom of the screen showing the text "cvs -z9
-q" etc etc etc.

Please carry out the *entire* series of cvs operations you wish to
automate with ant (this means start with a checkout), and copy and paste
the contents of this window (as text!) into a mail *directly to me* at
this address. If i can help you, i will, and i will copy the list on the
solution.

I am not promising anything! But i will try.

Regs,
/t

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