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Putting version tags explicitly into source files?

From: Kenneth McDonald <kenneth.m.mcdonald_at_sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2004-06-01 06:21:29 CEST

I know from the subversion book that I can arrange to have the rev count
included in source files under version control, by using substitutions.
However, what I want to do is indicate, in some way, the "meaning"
of particular revs; for example, that a rev is an alpha (internal test),
beta (external test), minor (bugfix), or major (feature change) release.
I can do this easily in terms of the files Subversion stores by copying
the given release into the 'tags' directory. The problem is, I would
also like the source files in that rev to indicate in the comment line
containing the rev number, that this particular rev is a 'b' (beta)
release, or whatever--and I can't figure out how to do so. Any

Ken McDonald

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