On 14.11.2011 10:36, Jensen Somers wrote:
> I recently upgraded my client to version TSVN1.7.1, my server still
> uses SVN1.6. In the process of upgrading my client I also used
> relative paths for my externals. My repository is as follows:
> /Main /Main/Foo (trunk/branches/tags) /Main/Bar
> (trunk/branches/tags) /Main/Spam (trunk/branches/tags) /View
> /View/FooBar (trunk/branches/tags) /View/FooSpam
> So the view (branches/3.x in this case) contains externals as
> follows: ^/Main/Foo/branches/3.x Foo ^/Main/Bar/branches/3.x Bar
> I tried to create a new tag: 3.1.0. If I understood correctly the new
> TSVN version should allow me to just create a tag from the main view.
> I tried that, selected all externals to point to their specific
> version but I'm getting an error:
> File not found, revision 1234 path /View/FooBar/branches/3.x.
> The specific branch folder is present, so that does not seem to be
> the real issue.
> Is there something I need to take into account? The branch was
> created the old fashion way, branching each external on the trunk
> into a specific folder and then just creating a view for that
The revision to tag is taken from the last-committed revisions of all
the items in the working copy (the external). Maybe that revision wasn't
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Received on 2011-11-15 22:22:20 CET