Re: How to automated labels
On 17 February 2012 14:16, Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 07:23, Jonatas Emidio <jonatasemidio_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> At my company, we have a serious problem!
>> We need to versionate not only the project but also each object inside
>> this project.
>> I think about an automated that when we alter an object this label:
>> for example:
>> 1 - object.java -> label 1.0
>> 2 - user change the object
>> 3 - object.java -> label 1.1
>> To conclud, i need a label working as a version for object.
> It sounds like you're coming from the Visual SourceSafe world. If
> that's the case, forget *everything* you knew & did there; it was an
> antiquated model 10 years ago.
> Every item versioned by Subversion has a Last Changed Revision
> associated with it. This is the last repository revision in which that
> item was modified. You can extract that information fairly easily by
> parsing the output of svn info for each item. You won't be able to get
> "1.0" and "1.1" without some extra effort, but version numbering like
> that better suited for tags.
You can also use SubWCRev.exe to extract the highest committed
revision for all files in a directory.
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