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Re: Revision keywords

From: Kevin Ballard <kevin_at_sb.org>
Date: 2004-08-12 19:56:41 CEST

If you 'svn update' the file it will change BASE but may not change

For example, if you have a repo at, say, r1000, and the last change was
a commit to file 'foo'. 'foo' has BASE and COMMITTED both at 1000. Now
if you commit to file 'bar' and then do an 'svn update foo', 'foo' will
have BASE of 1001 and COMMITTED of 1000.

On Aug 12, 2004, at 10:31 AM, Edward Diener wrote:

> I am trying to understand the revision keywords. The SVN book says that
> COMMITTED is the last revision in which an item changed before or at
> d o not see how COMMITTED can be any different from BASE. Obviously I
> am
> missing something in my understanding of these meanings. Would anybody
> please explain it to me.
> As I understand it, whenever I do an update or a commit I get a new
> with which to start. At this point BASE and COMMITTED are exactly the
> same,
> as far as I understand, How can COMMITTED therefore change while BASE
> remains the same ?

Kevin Ballard

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