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SVN Tagging

From: S I <xiamak_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-07 02:08:48 CEST


During my daily/nightly builds, I do an update to get the latest, modify 5
of my build files, do the build, commit the files and would like to tag svn.
  However, reading the tagging section in chapter 3 of the manual, I see
that unlike CVS, SVN tags the latest (HEAD) or a specified revision, and not
respository files based on your working copy like cvs does... or does it?

I would like to tag the repository based on my working copy EXACTLY. My
current Ant script is basically atomic, once it starts and goes through the
steps as mentioned above (checkout, modify, commit, tag) how can it stop or
be aware of, or know a/the specified revision number ahead of time? I
really don't wanna resort to writing scripts or parsing. I would like to
stay true to Ant w/o downloading or installing Cygwin, perl, etc. There
must be a feature in "svn copy" to allow me to tag the repo based on my
working copy JUST LIKE CVS.


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