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MT response, as described in 5.11 Responses, offers a
way for the server to send tagged text to the client. This section
describes specific tags. The intention is to update this section as
servers add new tags.
In the following descriptions,
newline tags are
omitted. Such tags contain information which is intended for users (or
to be discarded), and are subject to change at the whim of the server.
To avoid being vulnerable to such whim, clients should look for the tags
listed here, not
newline, or other tags.
The following tag means to indicate to the user that a file has been
updated. It is more or less redundant with the
Update-existing responses, but we don't try to specify here
whether it occurs in exactly the same circumstances as
Update-existing. The name is the pathname of the file
being updated relative to the directory in which the command is
occurring (that is, the last
Directory request which is sent
before the command).
MT +updated MT fname name MT -updated
importmergecmd tag is used when doing an import which has
conflicts. The client can use it to report how to merge in the newly
imported changes. The count is the number of conflicts. The
newly imported changes can be merged by running the following command:
cvs checkout -j tag1 -j tag2 repository
MT +importmergecmd MT conflicts count MT mergetag1 tag1 MT mergetag2 tag2 MT repository repository MT -importmergecmd
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