I believe the correct cvs way to do this is with a
'cvs admin -u[rev] files...' command.
On Fri, Dec 02, 2005 at 10:58:52AM +0000, Ken Guest wrote:
>> I have some files in a CVS repositary that are marked as being edited by a
> person who is no longer working here.
>> What's the best way to remove that information so others can work on those
>> I'm tempted to edit the fileattr file directly but that mightn't be the
> smartest move.
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