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Re: Seeing if a file is part of a tag

From: Chris Curvey <ccurvey_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-27 14:34:19 CEST

how about

svn log http://svn.mydomain.com/tags/tagnumber/project/myfile.c

If the file exists, you'll get a log. If it doesn't, you'll get "not found"

On 9/27/05, Ed Hillmann <edhillmann@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> We've been using SVN with the standad structure
>
> /trunk/...
> /branches/...
> /tags/...
>
> The items in tags are copies of the files from either
> trunk or branches (depending on what version we're
> releasing).
>
> If I'm working on a file in trunk or branches, is
> there an easy way to see if it's been tagged (that is,
> if it exists in one of the directories in the tag
> folder)?
>
> We could see this when we were in CVS, but I can't see
> how to easily see whether a file was included in a tag
> without going into each of the tags and seeing if the
> file is of the same revision. But that's a bit
> labor-intensive.
>
> Thanks for any help,
> Ed
>
>
>
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