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Re: tag moving

From: Fabian Cenedese <Cenedese_at_indel.ch>
Date: 2005-07-28 09:03:30 CEST

>> svn delete (repo)/tags/current
>> svn copy (repo)/trunk (repo)/tags/current
>> Would a checked out working copy get any new files with
>> svn update?
>* You have a tag REL1.0 over various versions of your files. However,
>you decide that the versions tagged as REL1.0 isn't the right version
>(maybe the release was pulled at the last minute). In this case,
>simply delete the tag directory REL1.0 and recreate it by copying the
>correct version of the release..

That's what I did. The problem is that I had a checked out working
copy of the older tag. When I then updated this copy with the now
new "current" tag it only updated the existing files. But there were
also new files in the new tag and they didn't get created in the
existing working copy. Only when I checked out anew I also got
the new files (don't know about deleted files, didn't test yet).

cvs update had a switch -d to create directories which were new
in the repo. But I couldn't find a similar switch for svn update.
Anyway, the new files were in an existing directory, so I would
have needed a flag to update also new files.

So: should it work to update and get new files or do I need to do a
new checkout? Updating from the trunk usually also gets new
files so it generally works fine.


bye Fabi

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Received on Thu Jul 28 09:05:55 2005

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