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Re: Need clarification on versioning

From: Rainer Sokoll <R.Sokoll_at_intershop.de>
Date: 2007-08-31 13:20:48 CEST

On Fri, Aug 31, 2007 at 03:58:44PM +0530, deepan@anadocs.com wrote:

> 1. One of the user told me that the version number allocating in SVN is
> different than CVS. For Example, If I add a file in a repository, that
> file will be labelled as version 1. But in SVN If I add a file, the
> file has been allocated with a version 20 (20 refers my current version
> number of whole repository). Is that true? How can I find or make SVN
> to set verison 1 to the newly added files in repository?

Short answer: You cannot. Period.

> Thanks in advance for your help and I would like to appreciate your help.

Just a tip: If you are the administrator of the svn repository. start
learning subversion by using the command line client first.
You will learn much faster about the concepts behind subversion. Once
you are familiar with subversion, you can switch over to a particular
client.
This is - IMHO - much better than doing it the other way around.

Rainer

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