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cvs server: sticky tag `STABLE_V40' for file `src/Util.java' is not a branch

Sagar Rohankar
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Hi All,

I versioned my project as 'STABLE_V40' when I thought its stable, but when I did some changes in some files and once I finished doing that, I need to commit all those changes to the version 'STABLE_V40', but when I simply try to commit, the Eclipse throws an error like:



What is the cause?

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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Sagar,
In CVS, versions are immutable. You need to create a branch from the version and commit to the branch.


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Sagar Rohankar
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Ohh, Thanks Jeanne. I'm wondering, is it possible to commit OR merge all this changes to the trunk .
 
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