Peter> If I want to track the 21.0 sources, must I `cvs update -R
Peter> release-21-0' in said directory? ...
If you wish to track both versions use two XEmacs source trees. Check
out one with the default branch, eg. something like
Ugh. Two source trees? I thought one of the purposes of CVS was to
have a unified version of the source. Why is this?
Also, what about adding tags like xemacs-current and xemacs-stable
that would track these two branches without dealing with version
Also, my understanding is that 21.0 is the main part of the tree
and 21.2 is a branch. Is there any chance of eventually flipping
this, so that the developmental sources are always the main line
of the tree?