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Re: Question about tagging

>>>>> "-" == Rick L Vinyard,  writes:

-> Michael Schwendt wrote:
>> On Wed, 18 Nov 2009 08:53:16 -0700, Jr. wrote:
>> Tom \"spot\" Callaway wrote:
>> > On 11/18/2009 10:29 AM, Rick L. Vinyard, Jr. wrote:
>> >> Shouldn't I be getting f13 tags with "make tag"?
>>> >
>>> > If you run: cvs update -d in the top level checkout directory, you
>>> will.  > ;)
>>> >
>>> I did. What I generally run is 'cvs -PAd'
>>> I even removed the devel directory and re-checked it out by running
>>> 'cvs -PAd' in the top level directory.
>> What about the "common" directory? That's the important one, one
>> level above "devel".
>> $ cat cairomm/common/branches|grep devel
>> devel:dist-f13:.fc13:fedora:13
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> That was it. Thanks.

This has bitten me (and other users judging from the earlier reports
here) before.  It would be better if "make tag" was to check that the
"common" directory that it checked for "branches" was up to date
*before* allowing "make tag" to proceed.

This is the kind of thing that is very easy to overlook when you are
away from maintaining packages for a while and should be automated.

Which component would be best to open a trac ticket for this
functionality against?


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