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Re: Tortoise SVN-Revision

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 6 Mar 2010 08:14:58 +0100


On 6 March 2010 06:17, Nikhil Vora <nvora_at_clicksmetro.com> wrote:
> Sir,
>  Hoe can we have revision like CVS per individiual File OR

You can't. SVN revisions are repository wide per design.

> Webwhere.pathrevision ?

This I don't know, so I cannot comment on it.

That said, if you use svn:keywords it is possible to have subversion
automatically insert the revision number of the last commit that
affected the file into the file itself. Perhaps that is sufficient for
your needs.

Do note that if a file is committed in rev. 1000 and has not been
touched since then until a new commit touches the file and creates
rev. 1100, then a checkout of the folder containing that file from
repository for any revision between 1000 and 1099 inclusive will
produce the file as it was in rev.1000.

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