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Re: svn:externals and revisions

From: Lorenz <lorenznl_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-07-07 15:46:43 CEST

Hi all,
> [...] In fact, a "best practice" for proper use of externals would
> demand that all externals definitions specify a particular revision [...]

perhaps attaching the actual revision of the svn:external on commit
(only if there is not a revision attached already), while leaving the
svn:external setting in the wc unchanged would solve the problem.

When checking out a revision later you then would always get the
svn:external@rev used a the time of the commit.

Updating such a svn:external to head or any other rev would require
to change the property first.
But for what reason someone would check out an old rev and want the
the svn:external to be at it's head rev?
I can only think of a branch started from an older rev. In this case
changing the property wouldn't hurt.

What do you think?


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