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Re: Newbie question about tagging

From: Kevin Hung <cykhung_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-11-14 06:10:34 CET

But then what if I have a lot of directories and
files? I know that I can "copy" recursively from the
top-level directory and do the copy based on the
version number of the top-level directory. But how do
I know the relationship between the version number of
the top-level directory and the version number of any
particular file?

I think this must be doable and I am missing
something.

--- Steve Williams <stevewilliams@kromestudios.com>
wrote:

> Kevin Hung wrote:
> > In svn, we can use "copy" to do tagging. My
> concern is
> > that just before svn processes my copy command,
> > another user just checks in a new version of a
> file
> > (say foo.c). In this case, would my tag include
> the
> > new version of foo.c? I want the tag to have the
> old
> > version of foo.c which is the same as my local
> copy.
>
> Use the -r option to copy a particular revision.
> Then it doesn't matter
> how many people commit changes just prior to you
> issuing the copy
> command. You will always get a copy of the exact
> revision that you want.
>
> --
> Sly
>
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