Update, 16-Mar-2005: Turns out CVS does this if any file in the current directory has a 2.x< revision. I "fixed" this by hand-editing all of the ,v files in cvsroot to have 1.x versions instead. It was scary, and somewhat tasteless as it retroactively changes history, but it seems to have worked.
I have this CVS repository, and at some point something happened to it so that now when I "cvs add" a new file to it, that file starts out at revision 2.1 instead of 1.1. I don't know what I did to make this repository think that everything should be major version 2, but I'd like it to stop. Anyone know where this is coming from or how to turn it off?
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