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Re: Undestanding the Control of Versions in SVN

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-04 04:00:12 CET

On 1/3/06, Marcos José Setim <mjs_ops@gmx.net> wrote:
> Hi,
> Now I have my svn configured and running very well, I have my project in
> repository :o)...
> One think that I not undestand very well is how I control the versions.
> I think that SVN not have one command for create folders with versions,
> it's right?
> I think that I need create the folders with versions inside of them:
> Current
> Version0.1
> Version0.2... and so on.

Subversion knows nothing of your versioning scheme. Every time you
commit changes to the repository, the repository increments its
revision number.

If, at some point, you want to flag a particular revision as "Version
0.1", you're probably best off creating a tag. This is essentially a
pointer to a particular revision (assuming you treat it as read-only)
and can then be used as a reference point for that version. See also

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