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RE: Dropping Subversion

From: Petra Margaritoff <petra.margaritoff_at_cognimed.de>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 08:17:49 -0800 (PST)

> This is
> because of the lack of "labels", or tags "a la" CVS (multiple stamps on
> arbitrary file/revision combo).

We have a similar issue: We would like to place "labels" or "tags" on certain revisions of certain files in order to mark them as "peer reviewed", "integration-tested" etc. Having done that it is easy to check, whether all files of a revision have undergone the required QA measures.
In earlier days we were using RCS for that, which worked fine. I consider SVN to be much more convenient, but the lack of this feature is a potential show-stopper for us.
I am sure many companies must have similar requirements and have obviously found a solution we didn't find so far. Any suggestions and alternative solutions would therefore be highly appreciated.

Petra

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