In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> you wrote:
> One thing that "git cvsimport" does not know to do is to show when a
> branch was merged back into the HEAD. That would be a very interesting
> thing to see, but I don't think there's any way to get that information
> out of CVS (so you'd have to basically make an educated guess by looking
> at the changes).
> So in a cvsimport, you'll never see a merge back to the head, even if one 
> technically took place. 

I asked this question before without receiving any reply:

Assume I know exactly where the merge back happenend - is  there  any
way to tell git about it, so I don't see all these dangling heads any

Best regards,

Wolfgang Denk

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