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Re: Dropping Subversion

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-02 21:38:01 CEST

Marcin Kasperski <Marcin.Kasperski@softax.com.pl> writes:
> It is also not completely true, that tags name given revision. It
> an happen that tags spread different repository revisions. Using
> CVS I happened placing tags so they marked set of files which if
> I were working in subversion would never exist so. Take the
> following scenario (we are editing some module):
> - I edit file blahblah.cxx and commit
> - I edit file trahtrah.cxx and commit
> - I add one more change to blahblah.cxx and commit
> - I decide that I need to distribute the version containing
> current blahblah.cxx but without the last change in trahtrah.cxx
> (say, it occured that I can not finish the change in trahtrah
> before release date)
> In subversion it is not easy to mark such a version.

You can. Just run 'svn cp' on your working copy when done. It will
copy the mixed revisions.

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