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Re: What is the proper way to fix 'make tag' and 'make plague' conflict



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Paul Wouters wrote:
> My fix so far has been to just bump the release, but that's rather ugly.
> Is there a "proper" fix for this situation (excluding brain surgery)

Actually it should not happen and there have been talks to add a check for this
to the makefiles.

You can do a 'cvs tag -F oldtag'. Where oldtag is the tag that was generated
before. Be carefull with this so...

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