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Re: [TSVN] SubWCRev.exe question

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-08-02 09:29:52 CEST

Nick Gilbert wrote:
> I'm now using SubWCRev.exe as part of my build process but I'm confused
> about the version number it's inserting.
> My working copy is at revision 116, but SubWCRev is putting 115 in as
> the version and it's output is as follows:
> Last committed at revision 15
> Updated to revision 16
> Why does it not put revision 16 as the version number?

Start SubWCRev.exe with no parameters to see the help text.
$WCREV$ gets replaced with the last committed revision. 15.
$WCRANGE$ gets replaced with the update revision range. 16.

Normally it's the commit rev you are interested in for a build version.
If you have another project B in the same repository and you commit to
that too, you don't want project A' build number to keep incrementing as
project B is worked on.


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