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Tagging a Release

You can tag a collection of files in a repository so that you can later restore all of the current versions of the files together. This is useful when you have a stable release of your software. Tag all the files and then start breaking the code again! To tag all files in the current directory and below simply:

  $ cvs tag release-0-2

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