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Re: I miss tags

From: Raye Raskin <rayer_at_pobox.com>
Date: 2004-09-24 17:52:50 CEST

>> PS: Devs, maybe we need a "svn tag" command, that's just an alias to
>> "svn copy" :).
> Nice idea, but it requires that a repository follows a certain layout and
> there are at least two common layouts...
> No, I think the svn program should do one thing(managing trees) and do that
> well. There is no reason why people shouldn't write a wrapper script to
> create an extended/customized version control tool. Sometimes I even think
> that the svn command already has too many features...

As I wrote in a private email on this thread, svn DOES have a lot
of features, just do "svn --help". But one feature it does not
have is the Mother Of All source code control features:

  The ability to create an immutable tag at a release point.

To do this, you have to write a custom script or wrapper. Or rely
on a version number. While it's obvious not everyone is using svn
for source code control, this would be a really nice feature.

> This is my opinion of course. :)
> Uli

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