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RE: replace a tag with a new version

From: Dale Worley <dworley_at_pingtel.com>
Date: 2005-03-02 16:47:40 CET

> From: Andrew Thompson [mailto:subversionuser@aktzero.com]

> Is there a single step process for replacing a tag with a new version?


> I tried copy/move with TortoiseSVN, but I can't see how you'd replace
> tags/current without either merging up to it, or deleting it, and
> recopying it. (No, I'm not asking for tSVN help, I'm using
> the command
> line tools everywhere, just wanted to quickly test an idea.)

Like many Subversion actions, how to do it depends on exactly what you
*mean* by the operation.

The simplest way is to delete .../tags/current and then re-copy .../trunk to

Hmmm, now that I think about it, that's equivalent to every other way I can
think of to do it. It does carry the history information correctly.


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