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Tagging Discontiguous Commits

From: glists <glists_at_greywether.com>
Date: 2004-05-22 08:10:30 CEST

I've got a new repository that has a set of commits.

There's a trunk that represents the "development" branch of the project it
always has *all* the latest changes from all developers.

We take snapshots off that trunk that represent various releases.

For our "production" release I need to take a snapshot that contains commits
0-16 and 18. I need to skip commit 17 as it contains a commit for a feature
that should not be reflected in our release.

I've tried to do this as a tag but can't get 0-16 and 18 without also
getting 17.

I've tried to do this by "checkout -r 16" and then doing an "update -r 18"
but commit 17 comes down with the update along with 18.

"-r 18" seems to be interpreted as: "every commit up to and including commit
18" which is fair enough. But what I can't seem to do is something like "-r
18:18" (implying I only want 18) or even better would be something like:
"checkout -r 0:16,18".

Is there a way to do this? I'm new to Subversion so I'm hoping I'm just
missing something easy.


- Gary

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Received on Sat May 22 08:11:09 2004

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