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Tagging individual files - how?

From: Steve Folly <steve.folly_at_blueyonder.co.uk>
Date: 2005-12-07 20:29:41 CET


In our current CVS repository we have some documents. Some written
internally, some from third parties.
For internal documents as they're written commits happen fairly often
and then when complete, the document is 'issued'. This results in a
tag being applied to the document, 'cvs tag ISSUE-1 foo.doc'.

I'm trying to figure out how this translates to Subversion? Following
the recommended 'tag translates to a copy', it seems a bit weird to
do something like

   svn copy <repo>/trunk/project/docs/foo.doc <repo>/tags/project/

just for the one document?

The resulting path just doesn't look right - since I could also
have .../ISSUE-1/bar.doc - OK, so although they both have an ISSUE-1
'tag', there is probably no common relationship between issue 1 of
both documents.

Are other Subversion users out there doing similar things with their
documents? How do you do it?


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