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Re: branching much easier, tagging much harder?

From: Kenny Leung <kenny_leung_at_pobox.com>
Date: 2005-05-05 22:15:17 CEST

The solution seems very simple to me:

- check out the tag (remember, it is just a directory in svn)
- copy in the one file you want to change
- check back in

The difficult part is wrapping your mind around a paradigm shift. In
svn, a tag is the same as a branch, is the same as a directory.


On May 5, 2005, at 12:56 PM, Michael Muller wrote:

> Correct, Hari. I've already established the tag. Now someone has
> edited one file and I want to associate just that one version of that
> one file with the tag. I can't tag an entire revision, because other
> developers have already checked in other changes that I do not want to
> be part of this release.
> This is very simple in CVS: "cvs tag -F RC index.php"

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