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Re: Question regarding revision handling and labeling

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-09-03 18:03:58 CEST

Hans Holmberg wrote:
> I work for a company that's looking at replacing the current
> version-handling system with something else (read newer & better).
> I have been testing subversion for a couple of days now and there's one
> feature I'm missing. We have something we call a "production-label". We
> issue one when the current development and testing cycle has finished and
> the current version is production ready. What it means is basicly labling
> a version in the repository that this version is a production-version.
> The label is only a text-string that is used check out the correct version
> in the production environment, ie. like:
> Setting: svn label --revision 945 "my_production_tag" projectname
> Getting: svn checkout --label "my_production_tag" projectname

Is there any reason why tags, as implemented by "svn copy" and described in
the svnbook, do not fulfil your needs?


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