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I have a simple question, at least I hope it is easy....

We have a CVS set up through JBuilder for our java environment. The problem I am running into is that our software vendor is makeing fixes to our system. They make changes to two different .java files, and both check them in. Then the tell me to rebuild the jar files. If I rebuild the jar files at this point, it is putting in both fixes at the same time right?

I will try to make this simple:
Once a file is checked into the CVS, and the jar files are rebuilt, those changes are in the jar files unless I were to revert the changes back to the orginal file correct????

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