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Re: How to force an commit

From: m christensen <dfs_at_xmission.com>
Date: 2004-09-07 14:41:51 CEST

I'd just add an info file of sorts someplace in the tree.

Have your build process echo "Last Build Time <Date> <Time>" or whatever
into it and commit the change.


Sven Steiniger wrote:

>in CVS there was the option -f to force committing a file,
>no matter if was changed or not.
>How to do this in subversion?
>Reason: getting an automated build-number from revision system.
>(and no, I don't want to create a branch for each build even
>if it's cheap).
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