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Re: How to bring different version of files in subversion

From: Eric Wilhelm <ewilhelm_at_sbcglobal.net>
Date: 2004-07-08 21:12:46 CEST

# The following was supposedly scribed by
# Metrri Jain
# on Thursday 08 July 2004 01:50 pm:

>In relation to the previous question Can I tag the
>different versions of a file I bring into subversion?

I'm not sure if what you really want is to "tag" the file. When you commit,
the message that you pass to svn will go into a log for that file. Is that
enough, or are you trying to do something more elaborate?

Are you are wondering how to associate a message with each version as it comes
into subversion?

Do you want to do this via the command-line or are you asking about how to do
it using my versioner_to_subversion script?

What do your (let's call them "legacy") old versions of the files look like?
Are they organized in some systematic way, or are they scattered around on
floppy disks? How many of them are there?

We really need a little more info about what you're trying to do. Otherwise,
it sounds like you just haven't read the documentation.


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