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Re: CHANGES file, blessed versions and tree revisions

From: Files <files_at_poetryunlimited.com>
Date: 2003-10-22 15:52:54 CEST

Actually no. I think my question is slightly simpler. :)

Given the source in a tag directory, how do you determine the rev of a
blessed build from that source? From the CHANGES file? From the tree? From
a log message? From a property set in the tree?

For example - subversion 0.29.0 - what is the blessed build rev number for


C. Michael Pilato said:
> "Files" <files@poetryunlimited.com> writes:
>> For example: What is the tree revision for 0.29.0, 0.30.0, and 0.31.0
>> and
>> so on? How would I go about determining this from the subversion tree if
>> I
>> wanted to. Or is it safe to use the CHANGES file to do so?
> We release from branches that might have mods not present in /trunk.
> In other words, /tags/SOMETAG might not perfectly represent any one
> revision of /trunk. A given tag *should* perfectly represent a
> release branch at some revision, though. That said, you're best bet
> is just to use the tags directly.
> Did this answer your question?

Shamim Islam
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