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Re: Newbie question about tagging

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2005-11-14 02:25:33 CET

Kevin Hung wrote:
> In svn, we can use "copy" to do tagging. My concern is
> that just before svn processes my copy command,
> another user just checks in a new version of a file
> (say foo.c). In this case, would my tag include the
> new version of foo.c? I want the tag to have the old
> version of foo.c which is the same as my local copy.

Use the -r option to copy a particular revision. Then it doesn't matter
how many people commit changes just prior to you issuing the copy
command. You will always get a copy of the exact revision that you want.

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