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Re: Newbie question about tagging

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2005-11-14 07:23:19 CET

Kevin Hung wrote:
> Then what about a more complicated scenario like
> below:
> (1) I have made a few changes in my local workspace
> and committed all these changes into the repository.
> (2) I have not done any work for a few days. However
> during these few days, someone commits whole bunch of
> changes into the repository.
> Now I want to make a tag based on the revisions of all
> the files in my local workspace. Is this possible? Or
> is it possible to figure the revision number of the
> root directory corresponding to my local workspace?

The revision number is repository-wide, so there is no revision number
per file.

You can find the revision of your working copy by using the 'svnversion'
command-line tool.

The revision number of your commit is returned after the commit
succeeds. You could try remembering that number.

You could always check the log as well. That will tell you the revision
number of your commit.

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