Martin Langhoff wrote:


My style has always be to use tags for merges; tag the origin branch as
well as before and after on the receiving branch.

Do you move the tags with cvs tag -F? If that's the case, the data you
need to merge is lost... otherwise, you could hack an alternative
merge detection based on your tagnames.


No, there are three tags:

            before-merge-foo
            |  after-merge-foo
            |  |
branch 1 ---*--*----
              /
             /
branch 2 ---*-------
            |
            merge-point-foo

That's why I was a bit confused. I thought most people did something similar.

        -hpa
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