In the process of using Subversion, there are several questions that I hope someone can help to confirm, get the exact answer or official note
1, Subversion can not modify the version number under the premise of modifying the historical version of the content?
2, if you can make changes, please provide the appropriate changes or feasible recommendations; Also modified after the existence of the repository is not available, etc. Please give instructions, modify the historical version of the information is retained operating log?
3, hope to get the Subversion project official email or official authorized reply, thank you for the help!
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From: Andreas Stieger
Date: 2017-05-19 19:19
Subject: Re: On the subversion I have a question to confirm
> On the subversion I have a question to confirm，
> that the historical version has been submitted inside,
> whether by modifying the underlying file to modify the historical
> version of the content, hoping to help answer this question, thank you.
That does hardly make sense, but let me try:
History manipulation is subversion is not trivially possible. In fact, it is designed not to allow such modification.
You may dump and selectively load the history into a new repository. (dumpfilter)
Alternatively you may do the same, but create "corrected" revisions in place of the ones you want to remove. Note that subsequent loads may no longer apply from the svndump format, and that working copies may be invalidated should history change unexpectedly.
Received on 2017-05-22 05:40:43 CEST