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Re: Revision control on a single file

From: Jack Repenning <jrepenning_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-07-10 20:36:49 CEST

At 12:06 PM -0500 7/10/03, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
>The smallest unit that svn can version is a tree. SVN cannot version
>a lone file.

Well, you can selectively version only one file in a directory, which
is *almost* the same as versioning a single file.

At 7:13 PM +0200 7/10/03, M wrote:
>You could write a pre-svn.bat and post-svn.bat which
>copy the scattered files to and from a svn-tree on your disk.

This is how I manage some similar stuff. Remember to keep the bats under SVN!

Jack Repenning
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