Phil Endecott wrote:
> Dear All,
> I have an application and a library in the same repository, but with
> their own trunk and tags directories, i.e.
> The application refers to the library using svn:externals, i.e.
> appl/trunk has property svn:externals set to "lib
> I tag releases of the application using "svn cp appl/trunk
> appl/tags/version123". But when I do this the externals property is not
> "frozen" in any way, so someone checking out a tagged version will
> continue to get the most recent version of the library. I want to avoid
> that happening.
> I don't normally explicitly tag the library, so I'd prefer for the
> external to refer to the revision number of the library at the time that
> the tag was made. I think that I need to change the svn:external
> property during the copy to add "-r rev".
What is wrong difficult about changing to a fixed revision of an external?
It is recomended in the book:
> There are a couple of alternatives. I could tag that library at the
> same time as I tag the application, and have the external refer to the
> tagged library.
That is an option in your specific case only (you have control over your external).
> Or I could get rid of the external when I tag and copy
> the current version of the library in explicitly.
disk space, persistency, too much manual labor.
> Perhaps I need a hook script to do this for me. Maybe one already
> exists? (Google finds plenty of people complaining about externals, but
> I don't see any solutions.)
Never heard of, probably nobody has produced one, and it is not easy, AFAIK.
> I'm sure I'm not the first one to want to do this. Does anyone have any
A client side wrapper (no, we don't have client side hook scripts) that fixes all externals to their
current HEAD recursively. Or just some, but that will be PITA as a CLI.
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Received on Wed Nov 2 05:13:22 2005