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    dijichi2 is offline OpenSource Builder & Moderator
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    Default And again, the source is where?

    5.0.6 source? No tag on pm.zimbra.com, no entry in wiki for tags? How do we get it?

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    p4 sync -f //depot/zcs/FRANKLIN/...@RELEASE_5.0.6_GA
    Invalid changelist/client/label/date '@RELEASE_5.0.6_GA'.


    Looks like it isn't tagged yet

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    Not sure that it's world-visible, but 5.0.6 was built off a separate branch. Check for //depot/zcs/FRANKLIN-506/...
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    seems to be pulling down, many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dijichi2 View Post
    seems to be pulling down, many thanks.
    This will be the same for future releases. It resolves the problem of how changes are integrated into the public branches.

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    w00t!!!!!!!!

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    This will be the same for future releases. It resolves the problem of how changes are integrated into the public branches.
    excellent solution. thanks guys!

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