Tom Lane wrote:
> Michael Haggerty <mhagger(at)alum(dot)mit(dot)edu> writes:
>> No, it is also possible to use "cvs tag -b REL8_4_STABLE filename". In
>> this case the file as it appears on the current branch is added to the
>> specified branch, but CVS records no commit, author, or timestamp.
> So, if we're prepared to assert that we've never done that, could we
> have an option to cvs2git that is willing to use the first commit on
> a branch to represent the act of adding the file to the branch?
I'm afraid this would be pretty far down on my long todo list.
Somebody could use "git filter-branch" to make this change after the
conversion, but I can't estimate how much work it would be.
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