[cvsnt] CVS/Tag: Ntag vs. Ttag
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Wed Aug 15 21:05:18 BST 2007
Could it be the opposite: if any file in a directory uses the tag for a
branch, it will be reported as 'T'?
Am I right, that this information only is used to prevent adding
(committing?) to a non-branch (sticky directory) tag on the client?
Tony Hoyle wrote:
> Thomas Singer wrote:
>> How the server decides whether to send the "Set-sticky" response with
>> the tag-prefix 'N' or 'T'?
> IIRC N is for tags, T is for branches.
> Also (again IIRC) if any file in a directory is a tag the whole
> directory is treated as a tag.
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