Hello, Folks! I just realized that when CVS tagging a document revision, it is not sufficient to tag only the document directory: one must also tag the building infrastructure in "docs-common/". Tags are fast, cheap and easy, so we can use as many as we like. Using a command such as: $ cvs tag <some-tag-or-other> docs-common example-tutorial will make it easy to reproduce a document any time in the future. Here comes my question: Since tags will be shared among all documents that use "docs-common/", how should tags be formed? Perhaps something such as "cvs tag example-tutorial-foo docs-common example-tutorial" where the "foo" is up to you. A tag can get project-wide, "example-tutorial-FC5_test2", or very local, "example-tutorial-corrected-typo". Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Donations?
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