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Moving a TAG

From: David F. Newman <dnewman_at_epnet.com>
Date: 2004-11-05 00:50:35 CET

I want to move a tag from a file from on revision to the same file in another
revision, but I can't figure out how to do it in a single commit.

For example, say I tagged revision 6 of main.c as 1.0. But I made a mistake
and it shoud've been revision 7.

So what I first tried was
$ svn delete main.c
$ svn copy -r 7 ${REPO}/trunk/main.c .

But this errors out saying main.c still exists in the current directory. So I
end up having to do this

$ svn delete main.c
$ svn commit -m "Preparing a retag"
$ svn copy -r 7 ${REPO}/trunk/main.c .
$ svn commit -m "Finishing the retag"

I even tried
$ svn switch -r 7 ${REPO}/trunk/main.c main.c
$ svn commit

But the commit does nothing. A status shows that main.c has been switched.

Is there a way to do this?


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