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RE: Global Revision keyword, again and again

From: Jan W. Hentsch <jwh_at_csmed.de>
Date: 2005-07-30 01:18:47 CEST

> You are right, the program --version would give me the
> highest revision which belongs to one of its components.
>
> When I take this information an do a svn co -r 30 I would
> still get foo.c at rev 20 and bar.c at rev 30. Even if foo.c
> got an increased revision number later on, I would get it the
> same way it got assigned to my project when my wished keyword
> was automatically updated, right?
>
> cu jwh
>

if another user had changed foo.c say to rev 25 in the mean time
than my program got compiled with foo.c rev 20 and bar.c rev 30.

If I later do an svn co -r 30 I will get foo.c rev 25 and bar.c rev 30.

This is really different, so the feature I'd like to see would only make
sense after an update, that did I understand now.
But it would still be very usefull for me and possibly others as well.

Maybe there could be an extra option to the update subcommand. which
triggers the update of the "YoungestChild" keyword in the fixed file.

cu jwh

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