Glynn Clements glynn.clements at virgin.net
Fri Aug 24 13:00:19 EDT 2001

Markus Neteler wrote:

> > cvs log -d '>2001-09-08 00:00' should catch everything that might have
> > been lost. Basically, you're looking for 2-part versions (1.x), which
> > indicate that a commit was made to the trunk.
> Thanks for looking into this. From checking
> cvs log -d '>2001-08-09 00:00' 
> I receive the log. While looking at it, there are some 2-part versions
> found, but they are immediately followed by a 3-part versions. This should
> be o.k., see example below:
> revision 1.1
> date: 2001/08/23 12:28:23;  author: markus;  state: dead;
> branches:  1.1.2;
> file README.tcl was initially added on branch
> releasebranch_11_april_2001_5_0_0.
> ----------------------------
> revision
> date: 2001/08/23 12:28:23;  author: markus;  state: Exp;  lines: +5 -0
> added urls

This is normal; the initial commit will always create version 1.1, in
addition to any branch versions.

> So far I cannot detect any problem (I am still no specialist).
> If anyone wants to look as well, the file is here:

I also looked into this. The only commits to the trunk were for the
GDAL changes, and AFAICT, these were all subsequently applied to the
release branch.

Glynn Clements <glynn.clements at virgin.net>

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