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Re: SVN Tagging

From: S I <xiamak_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-07 04:29:18 CEST

Thanks. I did read the manual & help and I did see that option, however, I
wasn't sure whether I'd introduce new files into the repository. I do
create many extra temp, build, and distribution folders under or parallel to
my build, with that option, would they get checked in too? Then that's not
what I want!

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From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams@kromestudios.com>
To: S I <xiamak@hotmail.com>
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Subject: Re: SVN Tagging
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S I wrote:
>Hi
>
>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.

'svn help' is your friend.

Type 'svn help copy' at the command line to see that you can easily create a
tag from your working copy. Just use the working copy path as the SRC
argument. And you can create a tag from any numbered revision, not just
HEAD.

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Sly
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