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Re: Create a tag, after the fact

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-08 20:41:05 CET

On 3/8/06, Barry Gershenfeld <barry_g@zmicro.com> wrote:
> Disclaimer: I am using TSVN 1.1.4, stuck there with Win98. Things may have
> been fixed. If there's a problem. I''m betting it is my own understanding
> that is at fault.
> I have the trunk of my project checked out. It's at revision 90. I
> discover that I should have made a tag (when I released it) back at
> revision 76. Now I want to do this retroactively. So, I:
> - Switch... the working copy to 76.
> - Use Branch/Tag... to make a tag,
> - specifying svn://srvr/myproj/tags/Release_7
> I get a copy alright, but it is a copy of HEAD !

In your WC, do you have a Branch/tag item on your TSVN menu? I
started using SVN & TSVN well after the 1.1 days, but on my copy
(1.3.x), this menu item brings up a dialog where I can specify what
revision to use for the copy - HEAD, a specific rev, or my working

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Received on Wed Mar 8 20:41:14 2006

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