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Re: Moving Tags

From: Kalen Jordan <kjordan_at_insurancejournal.com>
Date: 2004-12-28 00:15:31 CET

I installed subversion on fedora using yum installer. created a
repository in the web root. imported a few source files just fine. but
when i tried to check them out using svn checkout
http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/svn from a windows machine on the same network, i

svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/svn'
svn: PROPFIND of '/svn': 301 Moved Permanently (

i checked the online FAQ and the book and didn't find much.


Stephen McConnell wrote:

>We are using our CVS repository to hold code for Development, Staging
>and Production levels of code. Every file holds a tag that identifies
>what stage the code is in D - Development, S - Staging, P - production.
>When one initially modifies the file (merges it with what is out on
>there), the user tags it for Development. Once it has been tested on
>their local environment, the user tags it for Staging. Once the file
>(or components) have been tested in the Staging environment, it is
>tagged for Production.
>When the user needs to update their local workspace, they can "check
>out" all the versions tagged as Development, Staging or Production.
>One could then checkout all the files associated with the Staging or
>Production level and do a build and deploy of that level.
>I've been searching in the docs and this listserve to determine if and
>how I can do this type of version control under Subversion. Am I able
>to do this with Subversion; and if so, how is that accomplished?
>While not directly part of this question, the last I have seen about a
>Subversion Ant Task in this list serve was a question around 2003. I
>would like to be able to control the checkout and deploy of the above
>process through an Ant Task. Is an Ant Task available for Subversion;
>and could I do what I have in mind.
>Our project manager wants to move to Subversion (my thought is if it
>ain't broke don't fix it...) but we would like to be able to use the
>above version control schema....
>Stephen L. McConnell
>"If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem....
> Or maybe a precipitant or colloidal suspension...."
> -- Lamar Stephens
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