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SV: [TSVN] How to make a Real Tag?

From: René Vestergaard <rve_at_techno-matic.dk>
Date: 2005-09-22 09:03:45 CEST

I understand that, but my question was another.

Is there any way to avoid/deny that
a Tag-branches can be commit'ed to (changes that is)?

One could say: "make tags readonly, after there creation".

Example:
It would be very bad (bad = make the software-development unsecure),
if I have a branch named /MyProjekt1/tags/version_1.0
and someone does:
 a CheckOut,
 make some changes in the sourcecode and
 do a commit.
This is unfortunatly possible, because the tag is really a branch.

-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----
Fra: Stefan Küng [mailto:tortoisesvn@gmail.com]
Sendt: 21. september 2005 16:36
Til: dev@tortoisesvn.tigris.org
Emne: Re: [TSVN] How to make a Real Tag?

René Vestergaard wrote:
> Do I understand it correctly, when I say that
> real Tags are not implimented in SubVersion?
>
> When i say "real Tags" i mean like they exist in other
> version control systems like for instance CVS.
>
> Is there any workaround/fix for this, so that i can give
> a specific revision at a specific resitory-path
> a friendly name like for instance "version 1.0"?

Right-click on the file/folder you want to tag, choose "Branch/Tag" from
the TSVN context menu. Then create a tag e.g. on the URL
/tags/version_1.0 (assuming you have your repository layed out as
recommended with /trunk, /branches, and /tags folders).

All this is covered in the docs, and the Subversion book. Please read those.

Stefan

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