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From: J.-C. Avard <jean-christophe.avard_at_transcontinental.ca>
Date: Thu, 2 Jul 2009 06:56:50 -0700 (PDT)


I have a project set up in SVN. I have the trunk and I want to use a tag structure for the different release I will have to do.

So I started by tagging the whole trunk
From WC at URL:

Then, I made more changes to a specific file, that I need to tag BM- as well. How do I do that?
I switch my working copy to the BM- version and tried to commit it, but then I had this warning:
"Your working copy appears to be on a tag path!
You should first switch to a branch of the main trunk before committing.

Do you want to commit anyway?"

I googled and found an post that said we should not commit to a tag... is that true? How should I proceed?

Help is appreciated, much thanks in advance!


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