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svn questions...

From: bruce <bedouglas_at_earthlink.net>
Date: 2004-09-15 21:41:16 CEST


i understnad that svn doesn't have 'versions' per file, and instead, updates
the version number of everything as items are committed.. (not exactly sure
what this buys you, but ok..)

if i copy a file of a given version to a tag/dir, does the file inside the
tag dir also get bumped to have the new 'version number' as commits are made
to the svn?

here's why i'm asking. i'm trying to figure out a way to allow users to be
able to modify a file, and then be able to basiccaly say that version x of
the file is the valid one. i'd like to allow the user to scroll down through
a list of version numbers, and to select the 'correct/valid' version, but if
i have potentially 100s-1000s of files in my system, this could get to be a
serious pain to have to essentially look through 100s' of version numbers
for the right/valid version for the file.

am i missing something here..??

thanks for any comments/thoughts/etc...


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