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Re: tagging just a few files

From: Sunil Shetye <shetye_at_bombay.retortsoft.com>
Date: 2004-11-26 10:34:16 CET

Quoting from Glenn McAllister's mail on Thu, Nov 25, 2004 at 01:27:52PM -0500:
> Remember that you don't have to tag the entire repository; you can
> effectively tag a subdirectory that will give you the desired effect.
> Assuming your top level repo structure looks like:
> /trunk/pgk1
> /trunk/pkg2

I have files which are shared across many packages. This layout is not
then possible.

For example:

include/Makefile are in pkg1, pkg2.
include/b.h are in pkg2, pkg3.

As the above example indicates, sharing is on the basis of file and
not on the basis of directory.

I have also considered the option of symlinks with the layout as
suggested by you. But, it does not seem to be manageable to me then.
Also, the tags will then have broken symlinks!

Sunil Shetye.
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