Jon Berndt wrote:

> > > > Just for the record:
> > > > - Creating that new branch.
> > >
> > > How does one create a branch? I know how to tag changed files locally:
> > >
> > > cvs tag -b JSB_New_XML FGAircraft.cpp FGAircraft.h
> > >
> > > Is that what you mean?
> >
> > This is for creating a branch. Then you have to tell that you are
> > working on it by doing :
> >
> > cvs update -r JSB_New_XML FGAircraft.cpp FGAircraft.h
> >
> > check with :
> >
> > cvs status FGAircraft.cpp FGAircraft.h
> >
> > you should see JSB_New_XML as a sticky tag.
> >
> > -Fred
>
> Is there a good way to revert the HEAD branch of CVS to yesterday
morning's set of files?

If I recall correctly, "cvs admin -o<rev> filename" will kill the so called
<rev> revision.
For example, "cvs admin -o1.42 foo.cxx" remove revision 1.42 of foo.cxx.
But look at the cvs manual before proceeding

-Fred



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