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Re: svn tortoise

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Mon, 2 Mar 2009 14:58:58 +0000

2009/3/2 henri bollon <hbollon_at_yahoo.fr>:
> Hi Mr Simon large,
> I found out your contect through the website subversion.tigris.org.
> I would like to speak with you about SVN tortoise.

Please do not use my personal email address. You need to subscribe to
our mailing list for support. Forwarding this message there.

> I often used CVS system to develop my technicals projects but I had never
> used SVN tortoise.
> So, I've just any questions about how I can insert in my code the revision
> history.
> With CVS system, I used the variable $LOG$ but I didn't managed to find out
> the equivalent command for SVN tortoise.

Please read the subversion book, which clearly explains why this CVS
feature is not supported.

> Moreover, I need to change the way to call the revision for one file. By
> default, the revision is 1, then 2, then 3 ...
> I want to rename in 1.1 then 1.2, then 1.3 etc ..
> So how can I do to do that ?

You can't, that is a CVS feature, not a subversion feature.

If you just want a Windows GUI client for CVS, try TortoiseCVS
instead. If you want to use Subversion instead then you need to find
out a bit more about how it works.


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