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Re: Building up baseline repository with old builds

From: Jennifer Kesterson <Jennifer.A.Kesterson_at_jpl.nasa.gov>
Date: 2005-10-20 02:45:14 CEST

>Take a look at svn_load_dirs.pl.

I read through the README file and I understand most of it but I have a

In Step 1 (of README) it says to untar the tar files into a directory. But
if I untar all the tar files into the same directory, files will be
overwritten by newer files of the same name in subsequent deliveries (tar
files). Is this step assuming multiple versions of the same file don't
exist in more than one tar file? What I'm left with is only one version of
each file.

The instructions don't seem to suggest that I untar them into separate
directories since the script is run from this directory.

To clarify again, what I want to do is import the source files from build
1.0 and tag it, then import the files from build 1.1 (which contains
updated files from 1.0) and tag it, then import build 2.0 and 2.1 in the
same way -- all into the same directory tree. The desired outcome is to
have every version of <file> imported into the same repository tree and to
be able to recover any version of that file. Is this what the script
actually does?


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