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Re: Tagging/Branching Multiple Projects Simultaneously

From: Matthew Wheaton <mdwheaton_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-12-06 19:35:36 CET

Hi Mark,

According to Eclipse, I have Subclipse version 0.9.37, when I check for
updates, there are none available.

How can I get to see how it's implemented?

Also, doing this in the repositories view would preclude one from making a
personal tag/branch on multiple projects from a local working copy, wouldn't

Any thought to implementing this in the projects view as well ?


On 12/6/05, Mark Phippard <markp@softlanding.com> wrote:
> Matthew Wheaton <mdwheaton@gmail.com> wrote on 12/06/2005 01:06:13 PM:
> > All our individual Eclipse projects are in the "trunk", and when we tag,
> we
> > typically select all projects for a particular tag, and use that as the
> > directory name in "tags" and copy all the projects to that new directory
> in "tags".
> >
> > It seems that this should be easy enough to do in Subclipse. One should
> be
> > able to select multiple projects, then select a base directory they want
> to
> > make the copies in, and then each project is copied to the base
> directory.
> As of release 0.9.100 you can do this by creating the tag from the
> repositories view.
> Mark
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