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Fwd: Re: Seeing if a file is part of a tag

From: Ed Hillmann <edhillmann_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-09-28 00:05:49 CEST

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Yes. We have a lot of tags in our tag folder (a
result from the successful CVS to SVN conversion). It
would be time-consuming to manually check for the file
in each location.

It may simply be a difference between SVN and CVS at
the moment. You could see which tags (at which
revision) a file was under using CVS.

I was asked by a co-worker if ther was an equivalent,
and I couldn't think of one.

--- Ximon Eighteen <ximon.eighteen@int.greenpeace.org>

> Chris Curvey wrote:
> > how about
> >
> > svn log
> >
> > If the file exists, you'll get a log. If it
> doesn't, you'll get "not found"
> Useful for just a single tag but not to find which
> tag, if any, in a
> large set of tags the file exists in.

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