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RE: Single File update for patch builds

From: Robert Hunter <robert.hunter_at_gen-i.co.nz>
Date: 2005-03-30 07:30:40 CEST

Sri wrote:
> I have a question regarding the patch builds in subversion codebase.
> In cvs we can just update the needed files alone, by giving the files
> revision number and do the build, since it supports single file
> version.
> How can we do it in subversion. here in a revision, say 55, there may
> be one or more files changed. But i need to take only particular file
> for the build from one revision say 55, ignoring other files chaged in
> the same revision 55.

Easy. Just specify the name of the file on the "svn update" command-line.

$ svn update -r 55 myfile

... although I wonder if tags and branches would make more sense for
preparing specific revisions for a build process.

Robert Hunter
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