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Re: Embedding tag name in files

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2003-04-30 01:04:32 CEST

On Tuesday, April 29, 2003, at 06:17 PM, Richard Curnow wrote:

> I use the following behaviour with CVS, and was wondering how I can
> achieve it with subversion.
> With CVS, I embed $Name$ in the source somewhere, e.g. as
> static char *version = "$Name";
> Now when I release the code, I tag the repository
> cvs rtag VX_Y project
> Then when I do 'cvs export -r VX_Y project' to get the source tree from
> which the tarball is created, the $Name$ string is replaced by VX_Y.
> Inside the program, I can process this to report the program version to
> service the --version switch etc.
> I can't see an obvious way to do the equivalent in subversion. How do
> people embed released s/w versions inside the program source? (Other
> than the obvious hand editing a file, committing that then forking the
> tagged version of the trunk - I'd like to avoid this kind of thing.)

the $URL$ keyword seems like the subversion equivalent of this


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