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Re: tags in subversion

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-16 21:07:42 CEST

Emil Wilmański <emilus@amg.net.pl> writes:
> We starting new project and we wants to use subversion. We have
> problem... how to using tags. I know that tag is a copy of tree but...
>
> My friend changed some files. I need to put that files to server. In CVS
> he tags me this files (or part of tree) using tags for example:
> cvs -f tag 'my_tag' list_of_files
> I take this files...
> cvs -f checkout -r 'my_tag' -P MY_MODULE
> and I can put this files to server. I don't need all of tree but some
> files in tree.
>
> In subversion... part 2 is simple. I copy a part of tree to server but
> part 1???
> How to tag (copy) few files with directory structure. When I copy some
> files to tag I don't have structure tree, where that files should be.
> If I try copy files like this:
> svn copy .../my_kat/my_kat1/my_file.txt .../tags/my_tag01/my_kat1/
> I have to have catalogue structure in "tags" catalogue else it copy
> my_file.txt as my_kat1
>
> How to simple resolve this problem.
>
> I don't need copy all structure tree. This structure could have files
> witch I don't want to copy to tag. I need copy few files in tree.
> How to do it?

Try copying an entire tree, then removing ('svn rm') the parts you
don't need. What remains is the desired tag.

-K

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